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The sound go cuts in and out then out

I get a message that says "Protect".......Box seems very hot......I just changed speakers ....I did attach antenna wire the same as it was to the old speakers...... When I turn off for awhile the sound does come back for awhile....then goes off again

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You have to replace the power output assembly.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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  • carol_scholl May 27, 2010

    I am not sure what you mean?

  • Arjun Komath May 27, 2010

    From what you said, it indicates a possible short in the circuitry. Probably a capacitor that is intermittant or even a transistor about ready to fail. This is probably not something you can look for if you are not an electronic tech. Find a reputable shop and get it fixed before it quits and does more damage.

  • carol_scholl May 27, 2010

    I had just replaced larger floor speakers with klipsch s3 speakers....smaller table model ones...It did not do this before this.....could the speakers be switched left and right position...or could the wire be wrong....I thought I connected the same way to the back of each speaker as before ....? I did not replace existing wire....

  • Arjun Komath May 27, 2010

    The problem is with the receiver and not with the speakers.

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