Hello.I read that you had the same problem as me about the display of the home cinema that shows protection and then shuts down.How did you solve it?Did the assistence center repair it?Is it covered by warranty?Thanks.Adriana.PS:please answer to:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hello disconnect all the speaker connections, and switch ON the set only, and see whether any protection function energizes or not. If yes, the fault is with the amp itself, and most likely to some damge of components in the output circuit section of the amp. If the amp does not show any protection, when all the speakers are disconnected, make sure that, any one amoung the speakers be the cause of this problem. Connect one after an other and find out which one causes protection circuit to energize. OK.
Protection Error means that there is a malfunctioning component inside your unit. It will go into protection mode and immediately shut down to protect your system from any further damage. Unfortunately you would have to bring it to a dealer or repair shop to diagnose the exact malfunction and that could be expensive.
When your home theater's display reads PROTECTION, it means the home theater is over heating and the unit will shut down to prevent any damage. This can happen if the unit is stacked along with other electronic devices or the unit is in an enclosed area that prevents the unit from cooling properly. To decrease the chance of overheating, relocate your home theater to a more open area.
If the home theater display reads PROTECTION every time you turn it on, no matter where or how the unit is placed, it needs service. To set up service call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864). Have your model number and serial number on hand to set up service.
Had this same issue with my Samsung HT-X50, it seems these systems have cheap fans. Mine was under warranty but when I contacted samsung they wanted me to pay to ship it to them. **** that, it would of cost me 70 to ship.
What I did was open the unit take the fan and go to a computer store asking for a similar one, I got all this done for about 10 bucks. **** that samsung warranty
Firstly connect your home theatre outpu HDMI to HDMI input1 on the TV. Then connect the PS£ HDMI to the other HDMI input on the TV. Now connected the optical cable from the PS3 to the optical input of the home cinema system. Your should now have surround sound from the PS3 and DVD.