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It says protect and then shuts off

The system shuts off after protect blinks a couple times... speakers are hooked correct and everything.

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  • kikos19 Sep 26, 2008

    it says protect and then shuts off problem

  • micah_deschn Nov 02, 2008

    shuts off in a few sec. after turned on and says protect

  • windyepg Nov 26, 2008

    can you explain this in english please.windyepg.thanks .it says protect then shuts off.


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Que devo aser si cuado lo ensiendo se a paga y dise protect y se apaga

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