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Protect I wonder if the previous posters solved the protect problem. I downloaded the manual--the solution was the check the speaker wire which I already did. I had a problem with the over stripped wires touching. I rearranged them and turned the radio on it starts out OK but within second and before sound the protect message appears. Have I ruined my receiver? What should I do? The manual does not offer a reset that I could find. Just tells you to examine and rearrange wires and turn on. There is mention that the wires touching can cause damage. Is this thing now effectively dead. It is several years old but I don't want to buy another and it did give me years and hundreds of hours of great operation. Also I had my 5 disc (sony) dvd attached at the time. Does that mean I have a problem with that, too?

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The main purpose of that "Protection" mode is to save the electrical circuits placed inside of the amp. Therefore; I think even if a case of short circuit caused by touching wires can not damage your amp completely but maybe a bit. You had better contact with a Sony service which is close to you. The second point is that your 5 disc Sony dvd must be fine. Don't worry about it.

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