Question about Yamaha AX-496 2-Channel Amplifier
If your ampliffier is cutting off even when it is not playing music or without load, it is possible that some errors are on in the protect circuit. Look for possible fault in capacitorrs in this circuit. If not the powering of the outputs can cause the intermittent failure due to overloading. So check you speakers, your speaker connections and also your main power inlets. Check for any spark marks on the plug top, if so use an emery paper to clean. Still if the fault is persisting then you will need som help to probe into the main board . Tap into the board for the fault to come up , in this case there could be dry points in the board. Look carefully into the boarrd and solder all suspect joints. Otherwwise you will need a good check on the cut off error amp, disconnect power amp and check. isolate and confirm the section in fault. Hope you try. Good day
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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