Question about Philips HTS3440/37 System
It may have overheated. It also may be just poorly designed/assembled and something blew out. If you're comfortable with opening it, you could take a peek inside and see if there's any scorch marks/soot on any of the boards inside. You should also check the power supply as when they go, the whole thing will normally shut down.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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