Question about Honda Car Audio & Video
If this fault is occuring exactly every time then the time the fault occurs try to switch off and force cool with a fan. See it the fault condition changes . if so open up the set and let it run for the ttime to shut off, use an freeze it spray to the area getting hot and confrim if the fault changes. replace the concerned component, maybe the output drive or even the muting semiconductor. even it could be dettaching of solder joint on set getting warm. check with patience and caution. helpful I guess. Good day
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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