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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Overheating in amplifiers is often caused by a speaker load of too low impedance. If your L7 is a dual 4-ohm voice coil, and if you're using the amplifier in bridged mode, that may be causing your problem. Dual 4-ohm subs, with the voice coils wired in parallel, present a 2-ohm load to the amp. Your amp is capable of running a 2 ohm load in 2-channel mode, but not bridged mode. The best fix with your equipment would be to re-wire the sub's voice coils in series, resulting in an 8-ohm load. The amplifier's power output will drop sharply, but you won't have problems with overheating in that configuration. There's a good chance that you'll still be able to get all the volume you want, even with an 8-ohm setup; otherwise you'll probably want to switch to a mono amp designed for a 2-ohm load.
Posted on Jun 23, 2007
SOURCE: high amp start up draw
I don't care what kind of stories Craftsman tells, their numbers don't add up.
One horsepower is ~ = 740 watts of energy.
2.5 hp equates to a steady-state power consumption of ~1850W and this could be 50% higher during the first second or two after turn-on. Your 15 Amp circuit is pushed to the limit by that power level; 15 Amps X 120 VAC = 1800W And, motors aren't a breakeven game; part of the power they draw is wasted in heat.
9 amps steady-state would be a power consumption of over 6kw which cannot be right. Either your measurements or the motor is faulty.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: 0501 error with Oce' 7056
Well, error 0501 is low toner concentration problem
fill new toner and then off and on main switch many time, if the problem persists then you need to check the toner motor.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Happend twice to me. What sometimes happens is that the paper roll was not changed at the time the ink was. Therefore the paper roll was allowed to remain in the printer until the very last sheet. On the last sheet there is a sticker that says paper out. (stupid idea) This sticker makes the last sheet of paper too thick to fit through the last paper guide / feed. Because of this, the ink film breaks and that specific error message is displayed until that last piece of 4x6 is pulled from the paper feed. Clear that out, and all is good.. Change the paper every time u change the ink.
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