Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Unfortunately you can not just turn it off. Protection means that a problem was detected in the final output stage and that stage was shut down to prevent further damage to either the amp or the speakers. The typical problem is either the output transistors on one channel or the output amp chip for one of the surround channels. Expect a parts cost of about $25-$40 plus hte local labor rate for repair.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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