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Loses settings after power off

Lovely box, but I now have to reprogram it every time I have a power cut. (I get those on a monthly basis).
Is there a replaceable battery to maintain custom settings?

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The cap he is taking about is c633 it is about $4. Look in the parts list to find the part # and order it. It is available

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Garetht, there is a capacitor to maintain your settings. This capacitor may have leaked on your board and can damage it. You should replace it and clean the area around it as soon as possible to avoid problems. The capacitor is located on CPU board and looks like a coin with two terminals.

If you are not experienced with this kind of repair, take the amp to a qualified technician.

Good luck!

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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