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Help with sony reviever still in protect mode

I am still waiting for an answer to my last request for help with finding my fuse in my reciever, i paid for preminum service and wondered if that fee is for one problem use only?

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Fuses in receivers are usuall located within the unit near where the power cord is attached to the board. You will need to open the product with a screw driver to find this. Please be cafeful to not get hurt and unplug the product completly.

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Knowledge Article C337191 Error: The message PROTECT or UNPLUG shows in the display.
Follow this procedure to troubleshoot when a PROTECT or UNPLUG error is displayed.
IMPORTANT: The top of the receiver must have proper ventilation to keep from over heating.
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Created: Thu Sep 16 14:49 2004 | Last Modified: Wed Jan 11 09:02 2006
http://www.iq.sony.com/srvs/autoresponsev4.asp?id=337191

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