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  • ctgamer Sep 02, 2008

    same type of problem, turn the unit on and it shuts right back off

  • wchwsky Nov 30, 2008

    The Dpr shuts off automatically after lmited use

  • ldml Dec 30, 2008

    Unit turns off 2 seconds after turning on.

  • dnickerson Mar 10, 2009

    how can i repair or replace the ic's. i am handy with a soldering gun.
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Your audio amplifiers ICs are damaged thats why its turn off.

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