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Just got a new receiver from a shop and i used it for about 2 minutes and it went to protect so i turned it off n on and it would not play after that !!!

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I think you need to bring back your receiver to shop where you buy it
i think it still at guarantee period and you can claim it
and you will get new receiver

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