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TEAC Amp I actually have a TEAC AG-7D amp but I'm hoping the problem might be a generic one. When I turn it on, it automatically turns itself off a few seconds later. I have disconnected everything and this still happens. Can you help?

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The amp is going into "protect mode". This means there is a bad part or parts being detected. Professional service will be needed.

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

  • bubbagumby Mar 22, 2012

    the outputs are blown give a real answer next time

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