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Re: Can i bypass the protect on my receiver?
Sure!... If you want to set the unit and your speakers on fire!
Recievers/amps have protection circuits to prevent pure DC voltage of the power supply from going unmodulated to your speaker(s) if the output transistors/ICs are shorted.
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I don't think you can fix it, unless you're skilled with electronics. Possibility that something has occurred internally with a circuit board etc so the system shuts down in order to protect itself from catching on fire etc. Get it services. Might not be too bad of an issue, but certainly not a bypass.
The protection mode is there for a reason...the main one being to protect your speakers in the event that there is an issue with the amplifier. Bypassing the protection can easily result in the destruction of your speakers and the unit itself. Your receiver needs to be examined by a real live technician.
Possible solution: You set up your remote to run your amp from the TV control, using the AQUOS Link. Even though your amp is out of the loop, it's still recognized by the TV. You might have to reset the TV back to default and run the AQUOS Link again.
Not enough information provided - problem is likely impedance / load related. Receivers / amplifiers usually self-protect when the resistance they expect to see as provided by a loudspeaker is too low, or bypassed by a shorted circuit. Check your loudspeakers' impedances - impedance is measured in ohms. The loudspeakers' native impedances, as-built, may be too low for the amp. You can check the amp's requirements in the spec's section in the manual. If the numbers check-out, then put a multimeter on each loudspeaker to check their impedance. A failed loudspeaker can have a tanked impedance, thereby cascading instability to the amp. If you are driving a dynamic arrangement of loudspeakers with room-borne volume controls, a multi-meter won't likely reveal accurate impedance, you will need an Impedometer to test. And, most importantly, make absolutely certain that there is not a single strand of conductor errantly shorting at all terminations.