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The fan only runs when the volume control is turned up to a predetermined "high" power level.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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  • tasia0119 Aug 14, 2011

    my question is the overload comes on after you turn the voulem so high and the fan runs all the time is the fan suspose to blow in or out of the receiver

  • Bob Crawford Aug 14, 2011

    I don't remember, but probably out as that would expend the heat instead of drawing cool air into the cabinet to be heated with nowhere to go.

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    S Sigs Jan 23, 2016

    It blows out (exhaust). The fan speed is also determined by the amount of power being used by the receiver (when the volume is higher it uses more power). If there is no source audio, turning the volume up will not make the fan turn on.

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