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R-V1105 Will not turn on

I press the power switch and unit powers up for 1 second then shuts off. Happens everytime I press the switch. Any suggestions?

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    Same problem how do you fix it?

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Change the audio amplifiers ICs because they are damaged,that's why your device protect himself from a bigger damage.Good luck.

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This was easy.. download the manual here:
http://www.nodevice.com/download/user_manual/aiwa+xr-em50.html
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Clock Adjustment: (Page 7)

Setting the clock
1 Hold down SHIFT and press CLOCK on the remote
control.
When the unit is turned off, you can also press SET.
2 Within 6 seconds, press "< <" (rewind icon) or > > (fast forward icon) to set thetime.
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I found this for the VSX918, 818. Perhaps it's similar.

The power does not turn on. • Disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and insert again.
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You don't think I have enough problems. I was reaching out to the decent music fans out there that could help me without making a buck on every God Damn thing on this planet. Heres some free advice from a music fan to you, No thanks. That will be $20.00 bucks please.

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Go to the site http;//www.loadparts.com there got the ICs you need .

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