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"PROTECT" displays after I switch ON the power.

When i switch on the power after a few seconds the "PROTECT" displays.
I already checked speakers and wires termination and all are okay. How can I clear the "PROTECT" display?

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There is short inside, usaull with copacitors u might want to have it looked at

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