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Speakercraft mzc 66

Hi and thanks,
I had this amp installed by professionals as well as all wiring , speakers. It has been 3 years and now no sound or power to keypads throughout. When I turn it on the green lights on front of amp light up for just a second and then all turn red. How bad is my problem?

Very sincerely,

Bob Dyer

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  • kamike Jan 25, 2009

    My system is exactly the same, and after less than 3-years, all channels, except one, have failed.

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Failing component or components needs to be serviced

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Update this if that is not the case and we'll look elsewhere for other possibilities.

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