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Why does my Teac receiver only light up the volume, then shut back off?

I turn the power on and the volume light lights up, then the power goes back off.

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Your receiver has developed an internal short circuit and the unit is shutting down to prevent further damage. You might want to check the power supply for problems since it is a hard working area and prone to failure.

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