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Crown CE1000 the right channel on my amp is not working at all

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Cuold be the final power amp ic. Might be imput transistors to that channel. Its possible to have a cold solder joint on pcb.
Look close at board with good light and a mag. glass to see if any foggy looking joints and heat up with soldering iron then dab with fresh solder.
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Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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The fan on my CE1000 does not come on when the amp is powered up. The amp seems to be playing normally, but I am afraid I may over heat the amp if the fan is not working. Is this normal?

The Thermal Senser on the Heat sink may be Defective. Heat the Thermal senser and see if Fan Turns on. It is a device with 2 screws holding it to the heat sink

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Yes, many of the pro sound amps throttle the fan based on an internal temperature sensing device.

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This is a very sophisticated amp and it will turn the fan on at various speeds when it feels the need for it. Of course, if it's running REALLY hot, going into thermal protection and/or posting a fault you might take a look at it to see if it CAN turn (no obstructions).

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I have a Crown CE1000 power amplifier. I turned it on the other day and I seen a bright flash inside of it. Now the fault lights are blinking and it won't work. Is there something that I can look for or is...

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I need to send my CE1000 crown amp in for repair.  Where can I send it?

Typing "amp repair" in google should get you a fairly comprehensive list.

I fixed a couple of my amps recently which had blown transistors. These were pretty obvious to spot (look for scorch marks on the PCB) and only a couple of £s to replace - significantly cheaper than a professional repair job, it just depends weather you have the courage to do it yourself!

Jan 24, 2009 | Crown CE1000 2-Channel Amplifier

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Hi waveybnc

The fan has failed, or is clagged up with dust. Remove it and clean it first. But best to just replace it. They are not that special and there is not alot that stops them from working. You can get a replacement device for the amp from Crown direct, or once you know its dimensions and power requirements, from here.

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