Question about Crown XLS 602 2-Channel Amplifier
I have a crown xls 602 power amp and from the main board to the input board are two components that are round and soldered to the main board and have 2 leads coming out of the top that are soldered to the input board. I broke the leads while working on the unit. Are these components necessary? Can they be replaced with straight wire? Anybody know where I could get replacements?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi try disconnecting the speaker outs and turn off bridge (if its on) If it doesnt work still, then suggest direct to a crown agent. The amp has a 3 year no fault warranty. Hopefully its still in!
All the best
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
There may be some internal fuses on that unit.
You can open it by taking the cover off and looking for fuses and discolored parts.
It may have a thermal fuse on the power transformer which then will require service
Check the web for service people in the UK
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
Check your input or output cables might be dirty I had the same problem
and 1 of my output wire was dirty so i sprayed tha electric cleaner and its all good now
Posted on May 21, 2012
The fuse you may be referring from the power supply is not
used(none) instead a CB1 or circuit breaker is installed.
These breaker is in series with the power transformer ( trace it).
Disconnect the AC outputs of the power transformer when trying to
reset.( of course with the unit unplugged ).
Measure the output AC voltages, if it is OK
Be happy partially!
Next would be.....
Check for possible shorts on the Positive and Negative Supply
rails to ground or speaker out, for what might have caused the
breaker to tripped.
And these wont be easy troubleshooting , Good luck!!
thanks for choosing Fixya for assistance.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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power to the amplifier.
• The amplifier's Power switch is off.
• The amplifier is not plugged into the power receptacle.
• The amplifier's high-voltage power supply circuit breaker has tripped. Verify that the AC mains
voltage is correct, then press the Circuit Breaker button on the back panel.
Take it to the ER.
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