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Not powering up ..... will turn on but after what appears to be some internal check it shuts down. Sherwood amplifier.

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Disconnect all inputs, then add one at a time to see what happens. If that doesn't work, disconnect all speakers, then add one at a time.

You may have a short-circuit in one of your inputs or speakers, and the amp is detecting this.

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