Question about Samsung HT-X40 System
Take every single cable out of the unit, now power on the unit.
If the power protection still shows then there is an internal fault, usually a short or a component defect.
If it powers on ok, switch off and insert 1 speaker at a time and power on the unit until the protection mode comes on again, the last speaker you have put in has overloaded it for some reason, also as you are trying each speaker use the volume and bass controls to see if there is an internal overload.
Thats as much as I can offer you until you narrow the fault down to the unit or one of the speakers.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
Hey guys! Im glad you found my solution on my blog, and posted it here. I hope you ccan fix yours, or get it replaced on warranty. Im happy to help you with anything, the capacitors i think was 4,7 uF, 100volt, not sure.
Here is the link to my solution: http://lemurt.wordpress.com/2008/08/18/defenition-of-waranty-void/
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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