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My XTi 2000 is very distorted intermintently. Sometimes the volume drops by at least half. I tap gently on he top of the amp and it comes back up to normal. I heard Crown has had some issues. What's the fix?

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From your description, I would suspect some poor solder connections inside. If you know how to work on these, check for bad connections near the voltage regulators. That is the mode common area.

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