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Display screen says protected

The display screen says protected and there is a weird low tone sound from the sub woofer and nothing works! The unit stays on for a few seconds then turns off automatically. The manual said to reset it by turning it on then off and hold the SRS WOW button for more than 5 seconds. Ive tried that and it did not work still the same, the screen read protected. I even tried to pull the plug out and leave it out for a few hours but no change the screen read protected!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated! K-SPOT

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    I was playing a DVD today - (which had been recorded from the TV) - all previous playings were fine - I switched over to tv and watched a little tv today afterwards without a problems.



    went out and came home after a few hours have switched tv back on and now the home cinema system (DVD player) screan comes on - says Hello then Protected and turns off ! - AGGGGGHHHHHHHHH......



    After re-reading the instructions several times there is no mention of this does anyone know what to do to solve it...



    The system is Samsung running with a Samsung TV and is only 2 months old !

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    when i went to change clock to bst machine locked up and went on to preoaring mode have tried pulling mains plug still wont work remote wont work all buttons wont work the only thing that is working is the cooling fan and the digital display saying"prepairing" please help

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By your description it looks like an internal protection has tripped. The reset will not work if the unit is fried. Did this happen when you were pushing the unit really hard or distorting it? You may have to have it repaired, or replace it. Repairs can sometimes take a couple of months so be wary of this.

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