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My SharpXL-UH242 stereo shuts itself off whn the volume goes above a certain point (like 20) This goes for CDs and AUX inputs. PLease help!

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This is a self-protection circuit in these things. I hate them myself. It's made so the systems or speakers don't blow. There is usually a wire inside you can remove to unplug the self-protection but not sure where it would be exactly in your unit. If you bass is turned down lower, usually you can turn the volume up a little more without it going out.

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