Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Seems like it keeps freezing up, Hook up tuner to it and Cd player to it, I get a slite sound can you help me?
Check around the power supply for the dreaded holdown glue. It changes colour when heated(and blackens) and eventually begins to conduct. It is also very corrosive to copper bits, so scraping it away, can expose greater damage, If you see any sign of this, 9 times out if 10 it is that darn holddown glue. upseting the amp.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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