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There is not much you can do to fix a noisy amp. If it has a buildup of dust and gunk on it, then cleaning it with a blowout of compressed air can help, but the best solution is to replace the fan. If you can give me some details of the fan, I can steer you to a place to get a replacement. Happy to help answer questions you may have about it.

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robotek

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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