Question about Teac Audio Players & Recorders
The first thing you need to do is dis-connect all the speakers and then turn the unit back on. If it stays on and does not give the same error message, you may just have a bad speaker.
You can then plug one speaker back in at a time, turning the unit off in between each speaker check. Once the unit goes into system protect you have just found the bad speaker.
If the receiver once again goes into system protect without any speakers connected, you have an internal amplifier problem. That is something that would need to fixed by a professional audio technician.
If you have some experience with electronics and good soldering skills, I can help you troubleshoot this receiver. But if not, it is a very bad idea. You can easily cause even more problems than you started with. Even some very serious problems.
Let me know if this is helpful to you, and a good rating is always appreciated if it was.
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Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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