Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This is a safety feature and can not be shut off. The system is detecting a problem in the last output stage of the amplifier and is shutting down to prevent further damage. I suspect a bad coupling capacitor in the pre-amp stage. This is a relatively simple repair for an experienced servicer. Figure on $10 or so for parts plus the local labor rate.
you said that but where is all this stuff. i dunno how to do any of that is there anywhere that i could take it or tell someone that can fix it
Any service shop should be able to repair your machine. I don't know where you are located and am prevented by Fixya rules from pointing you to a specific referring you to a specific servicer. This type of problem is common and should not be difficult for anyone with experience. If you can provide me with the specific model, I should be able to list the probable defective parts.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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