Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This was happening last Spring and stopped during the Summer. Now that it is Fall it is doing it again. I had the people who put this stuff in come out and they had no answers, just told me I need to replace it.
Its likely a dirty contact on safety relays or volume track.
Remove power and rotate volume min to max 5or 6 times.
Or it needs safety relay contacts cleaning/repairing or ensure the volume is turned to bottom before you end up popping a cone on your speakers.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
It's your output relays. They prevent the inrush current at power up from reaching the speakers so no damage to them will happen. The relay contacts wear or stop working altogether so replacing them is the fix. The reason you don't hear the pop after repeated on/off cycles is because the inrush current has dissipated. That tells me the relays are the problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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