Every time I turn on my system it reads " Protect Push Power" and when I do that, it just go's back to that same thimg every time. So if someone out there can help me please email me the way to get it out of that setting.
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This is what the manual says:
PROTECT"and "PUSH POWER" appear
•A strong signal was input.
Press ?/1 to
turn off the power, leave the system
turned off for a while, then press ?/1
again to turn on the power.
•Check the speaker cables in case
"PROTECT" and "PUSH POWER"
appear alternately again after you turn
the system on.
Still Problem, Turn Off system and Check the Speaker Code
RESET the system .
Remove all the connections, leave it for 24hours and then connect it up again
Unplug Power Code
Plug it back again
Press Stop , Enter and Power button at Same time
Press Power Button to Turn on it
For more Here is the Guide for your Product Click here Still have Problem The protective device on the amplifier has been activated because of short circuit. (“PROTECT” and “PUSH POWER” flash alternately.) Turn off the unit, eliminate the short-circuit problem and turn on the power again. Hope you Got a Conclusion..Thanks for Contacting FixYa...
That is the common symptom of the defected STK-IC in power amp.section that busted already or just a loose connection.First try to resolder the pins of STK-IC if its works! if not that is the time you replace it, so it works normal again.
Hope it may helps you...
Doiuble check your wiresa again for no pinches or shorts, even at the back of the unit. Also try unplugging the unit for 12 to 24 hours. If that does not help, it may be the time to buy a new stereo because that means there is a fault in the output device, unless you kinow someone who can trouble shoot and repair solid state electronics.