Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I would guess that the speaker(s) on that side have a problem and have caused the amp to work too hard. That resulted in that channel failing. The resistors are probably feeder resistors and are smoking because too much current is being drawn. The output transistors on that side are shorted and need to be replaced. It is possible that the driver circuit also has failed. This unit needs service. If a unit really heats up under normal conditions (relatively low volume levels), there is a problem that requires service.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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