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This might be the problem with pairing. Just try to reset the Bluetooth Speaker and pair with it newly. It may help you. It worked for my SUPERTOOTH Speaker. Hope it helps.

Macally iWave... | Answered 44 minutes ago

Hi Twa DeLong, from what you say, it would seem that you have a bad battery
Hola Twa DeLong, por lo que comentas, pareceria que tienes mal la bateria

Audio Players &... | Answered 9 hours ago


Pioneer Audio... | Answered 10 hours ago

You have already pointed out the problem:
Problem is Det.Protect: I.
How to fix :
(1)download 545/535/525 service manual.
(2)check all power transistors CE & BE resistances
if theyy are very low ,0 ohm, or infinity.
(3)check all 0.22 ohm resistors if they are open
or turning greater.
(4)Check the biasing circuit with a small rating
transistor and an orange color variable resistor.
(5)Check all channels.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered 10 hours ago

Normally , you would expect the TV sound to stop when headphones are plugged in. Obviously not in this case. If you have a set of headphones, try them and see if the TV still has speakers on. If it does, then there may be a setting on the setup of the TV to get headphones to work. If the TV speakers stop, then I would think that the Logitech are not compatible with the TV. The only other thing would be is to get into the TV and disconnect the TV,s own speakers. If the wires are soldered on and not terminal connected, carefully cut 1 of the wires off near the speaker. If 1 wire is cut, the speaker wont work. Make sure both the TV and the additional speakers (If they have their own power supply) you are using are unplugged from the power before you go doing this...!

Haier L32F1120... | Answered 19 hours ago

There probably is a leaf switch under the turntable that is operated by mechanical movement of the tonearm. The switch has to be adjusted/repaired/replaced to regain the function.

Sanyo Audio... | Answered Yesterday

It's time to take it to an electronics tech. Something inside it has died, blowing the fuse. This isn't a do-it-yourself project.

Sony Audio... | Answered Yesterday

Whether the remote, or using any buttons on the unit, those inputs go into a microprocessor(computer within your unit). There can be other issues, but that is the most likely.
If you are interested in having your LG repaired, please look to my website at Thank you.

LG Audio Players... | Answered Yesterday

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