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My sony s air ipod speaker systems says "pull plug protect" and won't play the ipod. Any idea what this means and how I fix it?

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  • Ryan buchowski Mar 29, 2013

    I had the same problem with the "pull plug protect" message popping up. Try pressing the Display and power button at the same time on your remote. It worked for me.

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My Sony speaker says "pull plug protect" has this happend to anybody else I've unplugged them and it still says that any suggestions

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Headphone jack is an output not input jack. Your going to need a cord to go from your headphone jack(output) of your phone to audio input on your receiver. The cord has a mini stereo plug to the phone and RCA plugs of left and right to your receiver auxiliary input. Good luck..

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SOURCE: my samsung avr720 reads "protection" when turned

Protect, Protection, Protector, etc. are all indicators of a problem with the output (speakers) of the device. Most times, if you're lucky - you'll find a shorted speaker wire. Other times, it can be an expensive fix. Hopefully, you shut it off right away without cranking the volume up.

Start at the rear of the unit. Make sure no individual strand of the speaker wire has touched the binding post of an adjacent speaker. Continue along each speaker wire to the binding post or termination point on each speaker. Make sure the insulation along the entire length of all the wires haven't become crushed or damaged where they pass under rugs, around corners, etc.

If you can't find a problem, you can try disconnecting all the speakers and plugging in headphones. and power on again. If the Protect message is clear, you should be able to hear the program through the headphones and have full control over the volume. This means there is stall an issue with the speaker wire(s) from the back of the unit up to and including a speaker(s).

If it still indicates Protect, the original problem continued long enough or the volume was turned up high enough to cause an internal failure of the amplifier's output transistors and will require service t restore to working order again.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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Protect, Protection, Protector, etc. are all indicators of a problem with the output (speakers) of the device. Most times, if you're lucky - you'll find a shorted speaker wire. Other times, it can be an expensive fix. Hopefully, you shut it off right away without cranking the volume up.

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