2.) Hold buttons 'A' and 'B' (down next to the headphones socket)
3.) Reinsert the AC plug
The display should flash with a frequency of about 1Hz.
4.) Release the buttons
To be honest, it doesn't sound like a problem with the microprocessor, it sounds like some problem with the speaker connections. What you described sounds exactly like what would happen if the protections circuit came into operation.
Double-check that you haven't made a mistake with your speaker wiring. Make sure that your speakers aren't of too low an impedance for the 2802. I think that its specified as capable of a 6ohm load (at least that's what my 3802 does).
That was the exact problem...I took off all the speaker connections, and 1 by 1 re-attached them, then shut off power till i found the culprit...One of my surround speakers was wired wrong on the speaker itself...Thankx!!!
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