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My 3311 suddenly has the red ring problem(over current)??. I have tried system and network resets. Checked all my speaker and HDMI connections, and everything seems good?
Strange thing is if I leave it unplugged for a day or so.. it will work fine for about a week, and then fail on power up?.
I can't see it being a heat issue?? it is not covered and the top is always cool? I even took canned air and gave it a good once over to make sure it wasn't dust?.

Any help would be appreciated.. it's starting to get on my nerves..

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If it's a fast blinking light (ie. 2x/sec) then more than likely amp failure if nothing is connected when it powers off. The 3311CI comes with a 3 year warranty, which although has likely expired, if purchased with a credit card, the card issuer may add an additional 4th year.

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