Question about Behringer Music
Step 1:Overheating is typically caused by poor ventilation. The best thing is to make sure that you --
Step 2:have plenty of space ALL-AROUND the amp
Step 3:Fan(s) are working correctly (should always be on).
Step 4:Boards are clean -- may require opening up housing and spraying with compressed air.
Step 5:Be sure that the speakers you're pushing are acceptable to amp's output.
Step 6:If still overheating, may require service.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I own a Behringer Ultratone
This is most LIKELY an electronic problem... possibly in the final power amp. Repair may be a simple failed component or a mass number that fail like a stack of dominos. Take it to a shop for repair.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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