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Aiwa compact disc /2disc player

This machine keeps shutting down power/after one minute.i tried the timer /tried the clock/tried setting even the clock no luck.also the stanby-light comes on shuts everything down.whenever this light comes on the whole unit shuts down.

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Same problem here...I determined that if you unplug the receiver for a few hours, it will work again for a week or so.  Someone else on this website said that it had something to do with the power relay switch:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t190750-aiwa_av_dv75_powers_off

Posted on May 31, 2008

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I just noticed the date of this posting. Do you stilll need help or have you resolved your problem?
Bri

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