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Started by Mark II, August 02, 2008, 09:54:49 AM
Quote from: "bjammerz"Before I forget, it may or not be related, but another reason a channel might be out on the 5 pin models is:The internal fuse is blown on one of the channels, visible inside the speaker cabinet with the back grill panel off - near where the speaker cables "plug in" to the power amp.The channel out jacks may be touching each other inside the amp section. If someone has replaced these or put on "newer" looking lock rings, they might have twisted the jack and the connections are touching some metal parts and shorting the channel. Adjust out of the way.
Quote from: Ben Bove on March 25, 2016, 01:08:08 PMIt may be one of your amplifier boards is causing the fuse to blow.It may require amp repair. One way to check, would be to switch the PCB boards - unhook the 2 harnesses on each board and swap the top one for the middle one. If the fuse blows on the other slot, then you know one of the boards needs repair. If the same fuse blows on the same slot, then it doesn't have to do with the board components.