Question about Lanzar HTG2600D Car Audio Amplifier
Goeson protect mode when turmd on replaced all caps and fan when replaced too i hear a clicking but wont come on maybe a part that meed to change i ordered all caps from lanzar with the fan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my amp wont go past protect mode
I had the same problem. be sure to change all transistors cause once one goes the rest useally goes right along with it... replaceing one or two transistors will not do the trick, cause once you power up again the rest of them will go, & you will have to repeat the prosses
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I haven't been able to locate any support information online about your product, other than the email contact for support questions:
If the amp stays in protect mode all of the time, I would suspect a short in the speaker wiring or speaker(s) voice coil(s), or perhaps a faulty ground. If it plays for a short period of time and then goes into protect mode, it is most likely overheating. First check all of the wiring. Test your speakers on a known good amp and make sure there are no places in your wiring where the insulation may have been damaged, causing an intermittent problem.
Many owners have reported that this particular amp has a tendency to overheat. Also, when run in bridged mode, the speaker impedance needs to be at least 4 ohms. It will overheat if the impedance is below 4 ohms.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
protect mode usaully means that something has disrupted the power of feed lines to the subwoofer/speakers possibly fuse is blown in amp or amp is blown in which we hope not. see if you have a warrenty if blown and send back or bring it to where you purchased it from.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
most commonly that means that somewhere there was an arc in the electrical either the pos or neg going into the amp or rcas or its the speaker wire from the amp to to the sub itself look especially for little wires touching opposit polarity wire (like a little +wire has moved and touched a - wire)
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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