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Protection Hello, I have a Samsung HT-DB120. It's a nice unit, that is untill it quit working. When its in stand by, I go to turn it on and the display says protection. I have some experiance with electronics but I haven't figured this one out. I first checked the fuses, all seem to be ok. Could it be some thing in the IC, Power supply? I don't know, any suggestions would be great . Thanks in advance, Joe

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Try disconnecting the speakers one at a time. You may have a shorted speaker. If all are disconnected and it still does not come on, then, you probably have a shorted output.

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