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My samsung ht-thx 22 dvd player turns off after a few minuits it reads PROTECTION when it switches off

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  • Anonymous Jul 10, 2008

    This also happens with my Samsung HT P1200 Home theather system. It shuts itself down, while there says Protection on the display

  • Reinmar May 11, 2009

    The same as earlier mentioned. It is very irritating.

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If it is, the protection message usually meant either a speaker had blown, or more commonly a wire to a speaker had come disconnected or broken/shorted.

Try unplugging the speakers one at a time, and if you have a set of speakers of the same rating to try, try plugging them in as you remove the originals (obviously doesn't need to be done in the setup positions in the room, just have them beside the player to check it works.)

This might then identify which speaker or cable is the problem one for you to replace or repair.

If this is the speaker overload/short mesaage as I think it is and the above doesn't cure it, it would appear the amplifier board has a short somewhere and that's an electronics engineer job time
Hope it helps!

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I have some movies downloaded to an external hard drive. When I try playing them through my Samsung HT-D4500 or HT-E4500, I get an error message: Cinavia Message Code 3, and the sound is muted. This keeps...


The cinavia is not an error. This means that Samsung suscpects that you dont have the proper licences to play that file.
Cinavia is a copy protection that is used in some Blueray movies, and this copy protection is not removed when the file is ripped from the BD disk.
If you play the file on a computer or some other media player that dont have cinavia protection enabled, then the file will play without problems.
I have a Samsung HT-D6750W, and the same problem apeared after a firmware update, think it happended between fw version 1012 and 1013.
There is no way to downgrade the firmware in these players, but some of them does support custom built firmware. After you get that custom firmware installed, the software will be more open. Then it will be possible to patch the needed files to bypass the cinavia.
But this is a complicated process which require a bit knowledge to linux. And doing stuff like that will involve a certain risk of bricking the device if you do it wrong, and it will certainly break any warranty.
But if you are still feeling comfortable with trying this, then go to the SamyGO and try to figure out if your model is supported or not. Here are a few links to help you get started. But before joining the forum and start asking questions, do read all the info in the wiki's and search for your questions in earlier posts first.
http://wiki.samygo.tv
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This sounds like a short circut (check speaker and other conections to make sure none are touching each other or a metal contact!
That should fix ya!

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I have a samsung DVD Home Theater System HT-WX70. My son put a cd copy in the DVD player and PROTECTION flashed on the player and it turned off. I turned the player back on and took the cd out. ...


If it is, the protection message usually meant either a speaker had blown, or more commonly a wire to a speaker had come disconnected or broken/shorted.

Try unplugging the speakers one at a time, and if you have a set of speakers of the same rating to try, try plugging them in as you remove the originals (obviously doesn't need to be done in the setup positions in the room, just have them beside the player to check it works.)

This might then identify which speaker or cable is the problem one for you to replace or repair.

If this is the speaker overload/short mesaage as I think it is and the above doesn't cure it, it would appear the amplifier board has a short somewhere and that's an electronics engineer job time
Hope it helps!

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Hello,
Protection mode on a Samsung player most likely means that the unit is overheating due to a non or low functioning fan. Before taking it somewhere to be serviced turn the unit on and see if the fan in the back is functioning (it should be on whenever the unit is on). If it is not you can try gently blowing it out with a can of compressed air.
I am sure that you can have it serviced but it might be cheaper to purchase a new player.
Good luck and take Care,
-WN

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While looking through some forum posts i found the way to fix the problem. It takes a bit of fiddling around but it does work... I tried it out last night.

Firstly you need to put a DVD of a different region into your player and wait for it to start to read the DVD before you commence the procedure... it takes a bit to get the timing right.

when the DVD can't be read it, on screen Eject Disc will come up

Press Repeat & Hold 3 Seconds (it may work using either repeat button on the bottom, i tried both.

Press 76884
After entering those 5 digits, you should see a number in the top left corner of the screen corresponding to the current region (4 being Australia region)

Press 9 for "auto-region" mode ie. Region Free
Turn Off Machine
and there you have it. The timing is crucial so start trying as soon as the DVD is in. It took me 5 goes before it worked.

You will notice that it may take a bit longer for the other Region DVDs to be read then normal but it's only a few seconds longer.

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