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Disconnect the loudspeakers, if this solves the problem, one or both loudspeaker is in short circuit, if not the amp is broken and you need to have it serviced. If it is happening only when listening at high volume, turn the volume down ;-)
Try stopping the current track, and then pushing and holding the stop button. That should power it down. It also has an auto-off feature if you leave the player on while nothing is playing.
If your stereo is showing the protect display, it is an indication of a power shorting. This protection is to avoid serious circuit burnout and could be in the power output stages of the set. You will need to open and check for short in the output drives, the preoutput stages, the speakers or even the protection circuit amp.
It is important to address and check these sections with a votage check, elimination process too confirm the part. this may be a little tough and diffcult unles it shows easily on a continuity test. Helpful. Good day
Sadly I think the control and output chipset have gone and unfortunately aren't really worth fixing. You can get replacement parts, that aren't that expensive, but if you don't know what you are doing it's a mine field. To get someone else to repair it would probably cost the same as buing a new one. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news :(
The unit has a hold button that keeps you from accidentally
activating the device when it's in a purse or backpack, which preserves
battery power and also prevents changing tracks if buttons are accidentally pushed while in play mode. Look on the player for the hold button and turn it to the off position. I hope this helps and good luck!
Check inside for packing tape to hold the eye in place during shipping or transit, and remove any tape or plastic tabs for the players protection that may be there. Check the player for a time \ date setting, may need the time \ date set. Try another disk not CD\RW but a store bought CD. Try battery's and see if running it on battery's will straighten it out, Last but not least - BE SURE YOUR POWER ADAPTER IS SET FOR THE PROPER POSITIVE - NEGATIVE POLARITY TO THE PLAYER. Look closely at the plug in on the player for a symbol with a circle and a positive and negative sign and check the adapter to match.
Hold down the Display/Menu function button (one of those three buttons on the left of the unit) for about 3-4 seconds until the display reads "t set". When this appears, push the track forward button once (>>|) so the display reads "beep"; now press the play pause button (>||) once. The display will now say "on", push the track forward button (>>|) once to make it read "off"; now push the stop play button. You're done. Enjoy the silence.