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The "ON-OFF " button stickes, and when it does turn on it goes thru it's dicnostic and then "PROTECEION" comes up on the display screen. After that all controls are frozen.

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The message "PROTECEION" is diagnostic result that shows problem with amplifier output section of receiver and shuts down receiver to avoid further damage.
Since I do not see model number and brand info of receiver so will recommend to unplug speakers wires connected with receiver and check as shorted out wire also can be cause of "PROTECEION".
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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