Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The unit may be experiencing an overload caused by a short circuit, internally or externally. Try disconnecting all the speakers, then turning up the volume. If nothing happens, connect one speaker at a time and turn up the volume to see if you get more sound. You may have a speaker that has shorted internally and this will help you discover the bad one. However, if when you have all the speakers disconnected, and the unit still goes into protection mode with the volume up, then there is a problem with the unit itself.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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