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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Nothing should have been damaged. I would assume the speaker output shorted in one way or another...did you have a speaker hooked up? You most likely blew the output transistors and they ALL need to be replaced as one going bad will kill the rest since they're so sensitive. At least the PSU, seemingly, wasn't damaged. Contact www.audiotekx.com, ask for Jason, he's excellent at repairing amps and has great pricing.
Posted on Nov 02, 2006
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I can't find any information on that model. My suggestion is to hook it up and see how it preforms. You will know right away if you were lied to. Please remember to leave good feedback.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
check your fuses. Also check the power wire connection to the amp and then the ground source maybe move that if there is paint under it. check fuses on the amp. Check ohm load to the amp from the speakers.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Hiya, dont have a diag either what you will have to try and is compare the left channel with the right. There will be 2 driver transistors (also likely on heatsink) close to the outputs. Check which driver drives which output on the left, then match it on the right. Those same drivers could very well also be a problem on the right as they often go with the outputs. There is a possibilty they have smoked again. See here to test FETS
Basically the left will match the right but not similar locations but definitely by track joins.
Also check the power resistors at the output. Often also go.
Hope that helps
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Even if there is no visible damage, it could be that one of the transistors is blown, Use a multimeter to check the resistance of the transistors.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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