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Have a teac amp and dvd / cd player moved house plugged in and now amp makes clicking noise and displays "protect" ?? tried resetting as per manufacturers instructions ............still no joy ?

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  • michael5_78 Mar 13, 2009

    Have the same problem with the AG-L800 receiver, First sometimes there was a clicking noise from the relay, then it started showing protect warnings on the display specially with high tempratures outside. Also the unit produces some cracking noise when no signal is put on the digital input. Unit has been repaired but sometimes still starts clicking when switching on, protect error is gone though,

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Protect mode happens when the amp detects a problem internally and shuts down to prevent further damage. The most common cause of this is shorted output transistors. Without takeing measuremetns inside the unit, I can not state the specific problem, but a repair for this is relatively simple. Expect a cost of $15-$40 for parts plus the local labor rate.
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