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Teac A-H300 Amplifier

A recent problem has occurred whereby when I switch on my system(amp, CD, TAPE DECK, DAB tuner and analogue tuner) as soon as the amp has warmed up (3-4 seconds) within 1/2 a second of sound coming from the speakers, the amp cuts out.

The amp itself locks up - unable to change inputs, etc and the light around the standby button flashes. All the other components remain active and fully operational (as far as I can make out). All I can do is switch the system off via the remote or the standby button on the amp.

I've disconnected the power and reset the amp using the master power switch - but to no avail!

Referred to the manual - but no help - anyone know what might be going on????

Thanks,

Steve

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  • sjp23480 Apr 01, 2008

    Thanks Duncan - actually found the problem _ the aerial had been pulled from the wall socket (pesky kids) and was resting on the plugs on the speaker leads and shorting them out>



    reconnected the aerial cable and bingo! everything works!



    Thanks again,



    Steve

  • scottie37 Sep 15, 2008

    My amp does exactly the same, except I don't know where the power surge is coming from. I can't see anything obvious that is affecting the plugs or cables at the back. Any suggestions?



    Where is the master reset button?



    Thanks, Scott.

  • gavadav Oct 20, 2008

    When I switch my amp on it's fine unless I start increasing the volume and then it cuts out - same for cd radio etc. At a relatively low level the amp works fine. Do I need to chuck it? If so I wont be buying another teac - I had no end of troubles. Any advice?

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I found the problem....one thread of one of my speaker cables was touching the backboard of the amp and shorting out - problem solved!

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It may be your unit is going into protect mode because of a problem in the power amp stage of your amp. If so, then it is time to see a repair shop. Good luck.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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