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DVD turns off with "Protection" message.

I connected all the wires and plugs from the speakers to the sub-woofer, from the dvd player to the sub and from my television thru audio video plugs to the dvd. Now when I turn on the dvd w/o the sub on...no problems, it starts up fine. But when I turn on the sub-woofer and turn on the dvd ...a message, "Protection" comes up on the dvd screen and the whole thing automatically turns off. I try turning it on again and I can't get to the menu screen or anything. A loading screen comes up with a progress bar, but before it can get to complete that "Protection" message comes up again and shuts off everything. Can someone shed some light on this? Much appreciated and thanks in advance!

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  • Anonymous Jun 29, 2008

    Similar problem here:
    Symptom:
    1. When powered on, the main unit displays; "WELCOME TO SAMSUNG DIGITAL", "SW -04 dB", "PROTECTION", then automatically shuts down.

    2. There is an electric burning smell coming out from the Subwoofer/Amplifier unit.




    Simple test results:
    When the DIN Audio Connection Cable is not hooked up to the Subwoofer/Amplifier unit, or when the power is turned off on the Subwoofer/Amplifier unit, the main unit itself seems to be working OK, with no sound of course;
    There is no auto shutdown of the main unit
    No "PROTECTION" warning sign on the main unit display
    The DVD playback works fine (video out)


    My diagnostic:
    1. Power amplifier electronics burnt in the Subwoofer/Amplifier unit.
    2. No problems with the main unit, speakers, etc.

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It may be becoz you are using too many things from 1 plug socket / power adapter.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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