Hi there guys,\r\n\r\nI use a Denon AVC-A1 surround amp in my second system, but think I may have blown it. Anyway the story goes, I was doing a bit of vacuuming and moved some of the speaker cable in the process (rather inflexible Naim NAC A5). I later noticed a bit of a burning smell but assumed that it was the new vacuum cleaner! I later realised it was the Denon after it stopped playing music and said "Protection" on the screen. Looking around the back of the amp the banana plugs were touching, due to the poor binding posts, inflexibility of the NAC A5 and the fact the QED airlock plugs use metal surrounds. \r\n\r\nEvery time I turn on the AVC-A1 it now comes up with "Protection" after a few seconds, so is effectively useless. I was wondering if there is any way i could "reset" the amp to make it work again, or have I really gone and blown something? Seeing as I use it mainly for stereo, if one of the channels is out of use, would it be easy enough to rewire another of 4 channels to it instead? Is this a case of an complicated piece of equipment that will be more expensive to repair than it's worth?\r\n\r\nAnyway any advice is greatly appreciated! Cheers!