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Protect! I was playing my ipod through my system and then it cut out. All I have on my display now when I turn it on or try 2 press anything is, 'protect' and I don't know how to get it off so I can listen to my system again.

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You can also try this other reset for clearing the E2PROM, this protect mode is something I have seen a few times and this has worked for this model:

press and hold at the same time the "3" key and "6" key and then while you are holding those buttons in hit the "reset" button the other gentleman suggested.

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Hi kcandjc,
Please try to reset your system by pressing the reset switch momenterly located under the volume control on left hand side. Insert a tooth pick and press the display will shut off for a second and then it comes back. This will solve your problem but if the problem comes back again ,check the speakers / wires. There is a possibilty of wires touching the car body.
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Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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Your audio amplifier IC is damaged you gotta change it.

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