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disconnect the speakers one at a time and see if the protect goes off.there may be shorted speaker leads on the back of the amp or a speaker.a common thing is to hit the wires with a vacuum or furniture.once i saw someone hang a picture and put a nail right thru one of the wires that were installed when the home was built.if all speakers are disconnected and the protect is still on,then there is a dc fault in the amp and it needs to be looked at.the most common cause is a blown output transistor or ic
I have the same problem. The only time that I can get it to work is whenever I turn on the cable box the home theater system turns on too. When I use the DVR it will turn it on too and want to play the CD/DVD. I have a Comcast Motorola DCH3416 DVR box.
First you need a Comcast remote with the center button, OK/Select to be grey. Now program in code 1903 to aux. Works on my FR8 System, same basic as FR9. I was unable to get Comcast remote with red center, OK/Select, to work with any codes.
hehehe i just found it mebbe i will tell u mebbe i will jk this is it either - 0790,1913,31023,31609,31254 mebbe one of those will help. the first one worked for mine. i take it u know how to program the remote