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I have found a similar problem with the rear speakers on this unit (needing to be reset each time the unit was turned off), but found a quicker way around it.....with
both the main unit off and the rear receiver off: turn on the rear
speaker receiver, then the main unit. If the blue light on the rear
receiver does not come on, turn off the main unit, and turn it back on
again. This has worked for me ~50 times or so and has worked
repeatedly. It's faster than going through the reset phase each time.
Also when turning off the system, turn off the main unit first, and
then the rear receiver. Sometimes I also simply leave the rear receiver
on since it pulls only 4 Watts. Hope this helps any users.....(it also works on my boyfriends older generation model).
When your home theater's display reads PROTECTION, it means the home theater is over heating and the unit will shut down to prevent any damage. This can happen if the unit is stacked along with other electronic devices or the unit is in an enclosed area that prevents the unit from cooling properly. To decrease the chance of overheating, relocate your home theater to a more open area.
If the home theater display reads PROTECTION every time you turn it on, no matter where or how the unit is placed, it needs service. To set up service call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864). Have your model number and serial number on hand to set up service.
I bought a pair of Sony headphones for my MP3 player, they came with three sets of rubber covers for the bud part of the head phone. I have the WEP 170 also but didn't like how it fit in my ear, so I took one of the Sony bud cusions and replaced it with the one on the WEP, works great and even helps to cancel out noise.