Question about Teac AG-V8060 Receiver
More than likely the fan is controlled by a comparator circuit. This circuit uses a thermistor to sense the temperature of the amps heatsink. The thermistor changes in resistance over temperature. When the voltage divider on the comparator reference is met the fan will kick on.
If for some reason the fan is used as an all the time function then I would say there is a bad 5 or 12 volt regulator that supplies the fan with power.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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