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Sounds like you system is set up to only provide output current when not charging via the array... its common... shut off or disconnect panels and your problem is solved but the batteries won't be receiving any charge obviously... this set up is used when the systemhas nothing to limit or control the current produced from the arrays/panels from going directly to the attached output devices. This is typical in small pv systems.
Some bikes have a kill switch that shuts off the power to stop the engine should it tip over or be in a crash. It would need to be reset if this were the problem and if so it sounds like the switch is too sensitive or faulty. Resetting an ECM usually involves disconnecting the battery for a few minutes then reconnect and start the motor and just let it idle. Don't rev it. They usually reset in a minute or so during idle. If you drive it right away it could take 15 minutes to reset.
This looks like its displaying the Time format. Try disconnecting all speaker one a time and turning on the unit to see if it turns off. Disconnect one speaker at a time and turn the unit on. If it turns off with only one speaker conn then this speaker is your problem. Amps will shut down if a speaker goes bad. Another thing to try is disconnecting all inputs and speakers from the unit and see if it stays on. Then reconnect them one at a time while watching what the unit does during power up. Also you might want to open the device and check for blown fuses. Check for any speaker terminal wires touching each other if so it will shut down thinking there is a short.
If it's not happening when your speakers are disconnected, your problem is not in the receiver, it's either a wire touching at the terminals on the rear of the receiver, or a bad voice coil or crossover in your speaker. If you re connect the speakers and it immediately cuts out, disconnect all speakers and reconnect one by one testing the receiver each time until your receiver shuts off or remains on with all wires connected and you've fixed the problem. If it cuts out, disconnect the problem speaker at the speaker and test again. If it stays on, problem is in the speaker, if it still cuts out, problem is in the wire. Hope this helps. If you need further help, post a comment and I can help you troubleshoot some more.
This is the "Protect" mode. It is either a bad speaker, or not good ventilation, or a channel going out in the receiver. Please provide more details about the problem so I can help you better. How long is it playing before it shuts off, does it shut off even if the volume is low? Disconnect the speakers form the receiver and then turn it on and let it play without speakers, if it still shuts off then the problem is not the speakers. More information is needed to better diagnose this problem.
I have the same problem. When I contacted Garmin they quickly diagnosed that my battery disconnects as a result of vibrations (like the ones you feel on your handlebars). Since I purchased this device over a year ago, their solution was for me to send it to them and pay $100 to get it fixed. Now one of the guys I ride with is having the same problem. I am very disatisfied with the Garmin 305's reliability. I'm not giving Garmin any more cash. (I paid $350 for this GPS 18 months ago!)
Does anyone know how to open the 305 so I can resecure the battery?
That may be a clue to your shutdown problem. Disconnect that speaker and see if the unit still shuts down. If it does not, then there is a problem with this speaker,or the wiring going to this speaker. If the unit still shuts down, disconnect each speaker at a time to see where the problem is. If none of the speakers seem to cause the shutdown problem, there is na major fauly in the amp circuit, so the amp will need serviceing or replacement. Good Luck