Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Begin with disconnecting ALL the speaker wires from the back of the receiver, then power up the receiver to see if it continues to go into "protect mode", if it DOESN'T, then you know that one or more of the speakers or speaker wires has a electrical short in it / them!
Closely inspect all the speaker wires to see if there is any bad, worn, bare spots or anything that looks not right, if so replace ALL speaker wires!!! If all wiring looks good, then you may have a "BLOWN" speaker which is actually a dead electrical short, and the the speaker(s) will have to be replaced!
If all speakers are in good condition, then your receiver or one or more of the components that you have connected to it has an internal short and will have to be repaired or replaced.
GOOD LUCK !
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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