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Turns off / shuts down by it self

After exactly 10 minutes the head unit lowers the volume and says "see you"
( its not owerheating i cheched and installed a fan on it ....)
then the screen stays blue and shows the time( only the display button works to turn the display on or off) to get it to work again i need to cut the power to the accesory to shut it down completely and turn it back on again , then press the source button to have it working.

i will be wery graitfull to anyone who has a solution for this cause i listen to music for more than 10 minutes at a time.

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Not sure if my last post was posted, but my unit has the same problem. It can randomly shut off after 2, 5 or 10 min. I have read somewhere, that it might be the fan on the back of the unit. still looking for solution....

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