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Wont Power On..

Unit starts up, display comes on, then clicks, shuts off, and the standby light blinks until you click the power switch again

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  • nate138 Mar 22, 2009

    I have the exact problem how do you fix it. ????

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I had the same problem. It's a voltage regulator (maybe 7812 or 7912) problem. In my case the problem was cracked soldering joints on the little PCB where the IC was soldered. Try this: open the case; on the sides of the big heatsink are attacched 2 IC Voltage Regulators. Check these ones for properly solder. After that I can power up my amp without problems.

I have another problem: now my surround speaker and sub are very very low volume even at 100%. Can someone help me?

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