Question about Kenwood KAC-X501F Car Audio Amplifier
Be specific I've been repairing amps for 20 years I would like to help all I can, Amps have power supply problems, and output problems, these are the hardest worked parts. Who wants to learn to repair, I can show the way.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
It's a Kenwood so there's a good chance you've also blown a fuse for that channel. They may be inboard somewhere on the circuit board or they could be fitted somewhere accessable from the outside of the case. You may have to replace it if it's blown. Ensure you use the same type and amperage when you replace it and if it blows again it will mean a major problem further down the line. You'll also have to replace that burnt out track as you;'ve already been told. BMW
Posted on May 18, 2006
If your talking about the printed curcuit trace on the printed curcuit board?? yea you can repair that by jumping the trace with a wire but if its for the b+,it has to be a BIG wire. IOf your talking about the terminal itself yes you can fix that too by wiring dirctly but its always better to contact the manufacturer and get a new terminal. Good Luck. PS see if this helps. 1-800-KENWOOD
Posted on May 17, 2006
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