Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi. Had this receiver amp for about 13 years which has always been very reliable. We moved house in the summer and the whole stereo system was in storage for about 3 months. I set it up again last week and now the amp cuts out after about 5 minutes. If you switch on and off it starts again and each time you get a little longer out of it, going up to about 40 mins.
Wondered if you know what the problem might be? Thanks guys.
This is either due to heating problems or You may need a new power unit inside.
Try having the amp out in the room so it has plenty of air, make sure nothing is blocking those vents
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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