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Check back speaker wires! this is protection mode! There is a short circut! look for stray wires touching metal or each other!
if this does not do it then unit will have to be fixed by a pro!
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OK this is the protection mode! There is a short circut! unplug and check all back speaker connections making sure no stray wires are touching metal or each other ! if this does not help the short is inside of unit and will have to be fixed by a pro!Please rate my answer and help keep this area FREE! THANK YOU!
Don't buy a stereo that prints up 'PROTECT MODE' and then does not tell you how to cure it. This is a good way of getting people to buy a new one only live and learn do not buy the same manufacturer again. I have a nice just out of warrenty JVC that when I switch it on sits there grinning at me with 'PROTECT MODE' showing. Yes I have entered cash protect mode and decided I am not going to buy another JVC.
Most likely he has a couple of the connectors crossed. It is going in protect mode to keep it from damaging the internal electronics. Open it back up and double check all connections. then let me know.
Try pressing the channel up button multiple times to see if you can help the remote find the code. If you push the channel up button enough times and "something happens" then immediately press the mute button to save the code. It worked for my Sylvania tele.