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Intermitant loss of sound on right channel

This fault has been looked at by BBTOAST.
But no joy so far..he has told me to test with metre. comparing results with good left channel.
But because the fault is not permanent. wel its confusing?
I put amp on yesterday and the right channel had a little sound but very low. when i turn up the volume i get crackling in the speaker then all of a sudden the sound comes on, and works fine, after a bit it fades out
there must be a simple fault with this amp.
has anyone had simular fault..please help
thanks jimbo11757@yahoo.co.uk

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  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2008

    i have exactly the same problem:

    P7000 driving 2 S115V's

    When both plugged into Right Channel, (Daisy chain), sound is good, then fades

    When both plugged into Left Channel, (Daisy chain), sound stays good

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More than likely the final amp chip needs replaced,and or may be a cold solder joint on the chip amp. GOOD LUCK
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