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There is a problem with one or both of the audio amp circuits. The amp is going into a protect mode as to protect and save your speakers. Sorry but there is no simple fix. this will need to go to the repairer shop or the manufacturer to be diagnosed. Good Luck

Posted on May 31, 2010

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