Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The problem you are having is the unit is going into protect.
You can try disconnecting all the speakers and then see if it turns on. If it does turn on you may only have a bad speaker.
Then just turn the unit off and plug in one speaker at a time. If it still turns on, that speaker is good. Keep doing this with each speaker until it goes into protect again, and then you know the last speaker plugged in is the bad one. Make sure you turn it off after checking each speaker.
If it still goes into protect with all speakers disconnected you most likely have a problem in the amplifier circuit.
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