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Protect push power/ sony- MHC RV6

Sir, i got the message in my sony hifi sytstem and it display the protect push power button and already the technician has changed the optical laser and a card which is rite behind the tray, i think it was the video card he changed and presently its in a working condition, but i want to know whether the technician has done rite job or he has cheated.

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A protect message on a sony usually means there is an amplifier problem.

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Maybe the audio amplifier IC damaged and need to be replaced good luck

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speaker protection turned on.it can be happend because of bad power amlifire section.can you remoove the powe ramp board with large heatsink.its very easy to repair.and i can help.
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Hi, it's simple. First press "Timer1" and Timer2" buttons together, clock on display will start blinking, by cursors "Up/Down" you can change the value of hours and minutes (switching between hours/minutes by "Left/Right" cursor). To save set time press "Memory". Enjoy your set clock :)

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you have wires touching. did you drop anything in your radio? water, medal's?? etc..

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Hello.. I have Sony MHCEX500 MINI HIFI Component system. There is a problem of PUSH POWER PROTECT. How can I fix it..????


The "PROTECT" and "PUSH POWER" messages will flash alternately when the protective device of the amplifier has been activated because a strong signal was input, or if there is a short-circuit detected. Press the POWER button on the unit to turn off the system, and check the following items after "STANDBY" disappears.

1) Are the + and - speaker cords short-circuited?
2) Are you using only the specified speakers?.
3) Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the system?

Apr 12, 2016 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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My sony 3 disc ex-change/mini hifi component system mhc-rg66 it keeps flashing...


First things first. The unit doesn't switch on.
- Is it plugged in?
- Is the fuse blown?
- Does it look like it's suffered damage?

It switches on, but won't play anything / the lights come on, but no sound.

- We'll start at connections. Is your MP3 player/ iPod/ CD player/ record deck plugged in correctly?
- Are the speakers plugged in correctly/ at all?
- Is it in protection mode - this is a pretty standard thing now, where the amplifier tries to deliver more than it's rated current (ie, into a short circuit), and it cuts out. The only way to fix this is to take it to a local hifi shop, who will reset it (there's usually a small fee involved). The unit will be fine after that.

------- There is no bass. ----------
A few causes for this, so there's a few solutions.
- The speakers are out of phase. This is where one speaker is wired normally, one is wired in reverse. The bass from each speaker is "opposite" and would cancel out. To solve this, Make sure the + on the speaker is connected to the + on the amplifier. There's usually a stripe on the cable to help you determine this.
Cause # 2
The eq settings on your ipod/ unit have been messed with.
Set all the equiliser settings to flat, then readjust them to taste.
Cause # 3 (nasty one)
You've blown a woofer. The explanation is this - the speakers have taken in too much power, the bass unit has got too hot and the glue holding the coil in place has melted. Usually, the woofer can't be physically pushed when this happens. To solve this, it's new speaker time. An alternative is to see if you can get a recone kit for said speaker, and try to fix the voicecoil yourself. This isn't recommended to those who are new to the idea.

I hope this helps the reader.
Chris

on Sep 27, 2010 | Sony LBT-ZX6 Shelf System

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Protect push power sony/mhc Rv6


you will find nearly all electronics are made in china so that isn't unusual. all I can suggest is to use a search engine like google or yahoo with the model number of your system with the name of the component part that was replaced. that will give you an idea of whether you were charged correctly. doing this, you WILL find lots of people selling these parts a lot cheaper than sony do - because they're not sony parts. they're copies or equivalents.

Jul 19, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Hi, whenever i am trying to power ON my hifi...i'm getting a message error on the display screen ''PUSH POWER PROTECT'...flashing continuously. please can anyone advise what should I...


This indicates that you have a blown output amplifier or shorted speaker wire. Disconnect all the speaker wires and try to turn it on once more. If it shows the same display give it to a service

Aug 16, 2011 | Sony DAV-HDX500 System

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"Protect" and "Push Power"


i have a sony component push power protect, i have already replace IC but still protect push power

May 02, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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Pushed power protect


speaker protection turned on.it can be happend because of bad power amlifire section.can you remoove the powe ramp board with large heatsink.its very easy to repair.and i can help.
nuwan

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