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Technics stereo Integrated Amplifier SU-G75 powers up few seconds then overload light appears and a clickng noise coming out of metal boxq with tag FP-3 M V RTP1P5C015 on it iis it supposed nto make c


If the receiver works at low volume, but goes into OVERLOAD and shuts down at higher volume, it means you are player the unit too long and too loud. Try yo keep the volume down to a reasonable volume.

Nov 15, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Technics stereo SU-G75 power comes on For 5 seconds then overload light appears


Hi try to unplugged your speakers directly to the ampli to test if you don't have a short circuit with the lines or the speakers. If the problem persist you have to go to a repair/shop.
Have a nice day

Nov 15, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Fuse


Fuses blow when there is an overload. The overload is often caused by a short-circuited semiconductor, such as a transistor. More often than not it is one or more of the main power amp devices located on a large heat-sink.

Jul 01, 2013 | Adcom GFA-5300 2-Channel Amplifier

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I HAVE A RED AND GREEN LED LIGHT BLINKING ALTERNATIVELY. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? OR WHAT DOES THE LIGHTS REFER TO?


the green means that the input signal is OK the green then red is a warning that you are starting to overload things but still OK red all the time would indicates overloaded not good you will hear the distortion

Apr 08, 2011 | JBL BP300.1 PowerValve Series Car Audio...

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Hooked the damn thing up power my subs wonderfully for that evening, and all day today, got in this evening and nothing, checked the amp and red light, ok, fine, checked the manual, says the light protects...


probably something corssed in your speaker wiring. be sure that you did not exceed the ohmage capabilities of the amp, and that no speaker wires are crossed, or shorting out on the frame. if you have too many speakers hooked up, that can reduce the ohmage, and your not supposed to go below 2 ohms -per channel, or 4 ohms bridged mono.

Mar 13, 2011 | Pyle PLA2200 Car Audio Amplifier

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My amps stays in the clip mode where as the light on the two channel stays red


http://www.retrevo.com/support/QSC-RMX-4050HD-Amps-manual/id/23107ci658/t/2/

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CLIP: red, to the left of each Gain control.

Normal indication: illuminates whenever the amplifier is driven beyond full power. The LED's brightness indicates the amount of distortion. Distortion that causes only brief flashing may not be audible.

During muting, the indicator fully illuminates. This occurs during normal "On-Off" muting.

Abnormal indication:

•Bright red illumination while the amp is being used indicates either thermal muting or a shorted output.

•If the amplifier overheats, the fan will run at full speed, and operation should resume within one minute. Allow the fan to run, and make sure the amplifier ventilation is adequate.

•A shorted or overloaded output circuit will cause excessive Clip flashing and possible overheating.

•If distortion is audible without a Clip indication, the problem is either before or after the amplifier. Check for damaged speakers or overloaded signal source. The amplifier Gain control should be in the upper half of its range to prevent input overload.

Jan 29, 2011 | QSC RMX 4050HD 2Channel Amplifier

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Amp on fault mode two red lights are blinking


try checking the impendance of the speaker connection also do make sure that the speaker cables are not short circuited.
do make a check that you are not overloading the amplifier if everything's all right then the fuse has blown out
you need to replace the fuse with the same rating and your amplifier will work

Dec 04, 2010 | Crown XLS202 2Channel Amplifier

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Protection overload and the system shuts off


Reasons: 1. Short in the wire, speaker, or amplifier 2. Amplifier malfunction 3. Overload of the amplifier 4. Overload of the speaker
Listening to audio at loud levels requires more power obviously. But the speakers and amplifier may not be rated or capable to handle it due to age or design.

Jan 13, 2010 | Cambridge Audio Azur 540R Receiver

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Mackie 1400 overload lights on


hey Ron
use a larger ground wire it will stop the overload you may have to place it somewhere new but its the size of the wire that trips the overload feature too small and amp will go and protect itself (bigger ground better sound)
hope this helped

Feb 28, 2009 | Bob Mackie Mackie M-1400i Power Amplifier...

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