Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 640P Amplifier
The amp has stopped working since un-plugging it and moving it to a different location (not bumped or dropped). When your press the power button you can hear the hum of power getting to the unit, however the on light does not come on and the unit does not function. I have checked the fuse that is obvious just inside the housing and it appears to be intact. I believe this has happened temporarily to the unit before, however now it seems to be permanent.
What is the problem likely to be?
Many Thanks in advance.
I had the same problem with a tv a while back , the tech told me it was a dry and brittle circuit board they are ok until you move them and then they can sometimes crack a circuit , so my advice is get it fixed and then dont move it if you can help it
Posted on May 23, 2009
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