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Re: Memory guard on
I too have searched the user manual on this unit, and have not found any reference to "memory guard". Can you give me more information about the feature you are trying to operate and I will try to assist you further
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Typically you can find an adapter / cord that contains a 3.5mm headphone plug on one end and a pair of RCA plugs on the other. These RCA plugs should be able to be plugged into any available input on a receiver that isn't a PHONO input. These cables can typically be found online at various different places. Not to promote one site over another, but I have had good luck finding random cables like these at Cableswholesale.com and allelectronics.com. Hope this solves your problem.
If you get a dock and a 3.5mm plug to two RCA phono plugs lead, it will then connect to any spare aux imput socket. At the same time the dock will keep the battery in the i-pod charged. Or you can just plug the same lead into the headphone output of the i-pod, but the battery will run down.
Sounds like the processor has locked up in the unit. Try powering it right down from the wall socket for a day to reset, and then retry operation. If that does not work, leave it disconnected for about 10 days to erase backup memory completely and then try again. Good luck. Don't forget to give me a "FixYa" rating if this works. If it doesn't, get back to me in here and we can talk more about it.
Sometimes the receivers turn off if the speakers are shorted in order to protect the AMP circuit. So try this -
1. Disconnect all cables (speakers), inputs from Tape Deck, VCR and other input devices), sub-woofers, rear speakers all. Except the AC power cord.
Then turn it ON and see if it stays on.
If it still has the same problem, then most probably your power circuit inside the receiver has a problem - like a shorted Capacitor or diode etc. Based on how technical you can be and what resources and time you want to spend, this is repairable. But based on the price of a receivers these days, it is not worth.