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# "Overload" I recently got a "Overload" display during running the amp. The message promps you to power-off the device. After truning amp back on it stay's powered up until I increase the volume; then shuts down again prompting me to "power off, overload"! need some help, Nostress :)

• patbrennan Dec 31, 2007

my receiver said overload swich off power. I it turned off and back on , and it said the samething. Need help!

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