Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When putting the power on my samsung max ws75o the message comes up saying protect on and the unit powers off
The following is generic for any of these recievers with the fault you are describing.
The output stage, and also incuding the driver stage on one or both of the sound channels most likely has shorted output devices. This can be either output transistors, or output IC's depending on the design.
When this type of short occures, usualy the driver transistors or driver IC's, and other support components may be damaged.
The cause is usually from driving the amp too hard, or operating in too warm an environment, or using speakers that are not of the correct impedance for the amp.
An experienced tech that works on audio equipment at the component level should be able to service your amp. The cost may be on the expensive side depending on the parts that are damaged.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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