Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First trick to try is turning the amp off completely by disconnecting it at the wall for 10 mins. Then reconnect and see what happens. You may have had a power flip that has corrupted the program counter in the microprocessor stages of the amp. powering it down completely will reset the amp and processor, hopefully solving your problem. If it does not, please get straight back to me here before you rate this solution(suggestion at this point)and we can talk further. .
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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