Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Fan usually kicks on at high temperatures so being your not using any increased wattage (incurring heat and excessive voltage) there's no need to run the fan... (like sitting in your car listening to the radio...without the car running or being on...no gas only electrisity being used, so engine isn't running thus no heat or need for cooling system to be on! ie: water pump, radiator & fan etc.) you could have just very well blown a fuse, but typically you would here your amp 'clip-out'...indicating overheating problem...check fuse, in not the problem (first verifying fuse is still good, 'continuity'...go to manufacture's website an see if you can download a "SERVICE MANUAL"?! this will give you more insite, troubleshooting tips and technical specifications &/or updates...good luck!
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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