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Need help keeps saing protector

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  • LewisG Oct 19, 2008

    The GX700ES system was working until I moved. Then when I connected it again, it powers up, plays (static when set to FM at least) for about 1-2 seconds, and then says "protector". I thought it had to deal with a short on the speakers, or that no speakers wer connected, but even when I switch speakers to off, and just a headphone, it does the same thing. It's a great stereo, and I'd hate to have to buy a new amp just because of this.

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    I can't listen to anything , if I have the volume over 2 , if I turn it up , it shuts down , and the word protector , flashes in the window . I have to turn the power off , then back on , to listen , but not over 2 on the volume ?

  • mhazenjr Dec 23, 2008

    I turn the power on and after about 10 seconds the screen says protector mode and locks up. Any solutions?

  • saramago Jan 02, 2009

    HK 3380 keeps saying "protect" after seconds or minutes of playing and then turns itself off. sometimes lower volume makes it stay on for longer.

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This receiver is very sensitive to heat. Make sure that receiver has it's own outlet and that it is properly getting ventilation. Unplug receiver for 1 to 2 hrs... Also make sure the impedance (using A & B ) for front are correct...

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