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-The power button may have accidentally been pressed or the power cord may have been unplugged. If it is not one of those, the sleep timer may be set or the system may be overheated. To turn off the sleep timer, refer to page 12 of the owners manual. To determine if the system is overheated, check the [[Panasonic SC-PM31 Troubleshooting Guide|troubleshooting guide]].
+The power button may have accidentally been pressed or the power cord may have been unplugged. If it is not one of those, the sleep timer may be set or the system may be overheated. To turn off the sleep timer, refer to page 12 of the owners manual. To determine if the system is overheated, check the [[Panasonic SC-PM31 Troubleshooting Guide|troubleshooting guide]] under the "The device shuts off by itself without warning" section.

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The power button may have accidentally been pressed or the power cord may have been unplugged. If it is not one of those,  the sleep timer may be set or the system may be overheated. To turn off the sleep timer, refer to page 12 of the owners manual. To determine if the system is overheated, check the [[Panasonic SC-PM31 Troubleshooting Guide|troubleshooting guide]].

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