Question about Audiofonics ADF-241 Car Audio Amplifier
No that is not normal. That means your amplifier is still getting power. Try connecting your remote wire from your cd player, to an on / off switch (auto parts store) and from the on / off switch to the amplifier. When you turn your car off, turn the switch off and your amp will no longer have power.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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Same happened with my Olevia 540-B11. You can probably find the details of how to disassemble the TV somewhere online. The problem is poor stress-relief on the cables that plug into the secondary (low voltage) side of the power circuit board (PCB). Once the back is removed you'll find the PCB on the left side with three cables connected to the very top of the board. These cables plug into four clips, 3 horizontal clips side-by-side at the top and one vertical clip on the left side. Unplug these cables, remove the PCB and re-solder the sockets (there are approximately 40 solder points on the back of the board). Reassemble your TV and it'll work just fine.
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