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Posted on Sep 08, 2007

"PROTECTOR" BLINKING My receiver has been wonderful over the years and all of a sudden I wake up this morning and turn it on and "Protector" is blinking in the LCD. I have unplugged it and replugged in, but it still will not clear. HELP!!!!

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Hi
i also have JVC with same problem. but today i noticed that when i take off the AUX input signal to it .then it works ok for long but when i put AUX input with very high volume then it display PROTECT display.

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