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Speakers cut out

Ill be listening to music then the speakers will cut out. if i put pressure on the top cover the speakers will come back, almost as though there is a connection problem. i took the top cover off and cant find any visible damage. any ideas?

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Re-sit top and bottom cover, as this amp does'nt turn-on without the top and bottom cover.

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HI,

Are the speaker leads clean and full? ( not missing a bunch of strands) if so, it sounds like the spot where the speaker connectors tie into the circuit board inside.
I would find someone to solder that places where the connectors go into the main circuit board

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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