Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a teac AG-800amp half of my legacy surround sound system, it will not start just says protectection and shuts down.I have disconnected all the speaker cables and it is still the same.I presume it does this to protect itself. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Hi most amplfiers have DC offset and short circuit protection. Since you have removed all the loads it should not have a short circuit on it, the other possibility is DC on the input so I would recomend trying disconnecting the inputs as one of them may have DC on it, however this is unfortunately unlikely. The most likely cause is that the unit has gone wrong and the power amplifer is faulty. One last thing you could try is too open the unit up and make sure all the cables and PCBs are connected properly sometimes a loose connection can cause this type of fault. Failing that, unless you know how to fault find electronics, you will need to take it to a repair center or replace it. Regards, Andrew
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