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Make sure there is nothing within several inches of it to start off. if need be, use a small house fan pointed at the amp to help cool it, if all else fails and/or you don't want to hear the noise from the big fan; get a computer fan the same size as the one in the case. connect it in place of the fan that does not work(may have to cut/splice the wires). that should work. oh, check the voltage and whether the fan is AC or DC from the stereo. this makes a huge difference!!!! if the fan says "DC" DO NOT CONNECT AN AC FAN TO IT!!! the fan will short and BLOW UP!!!
Posted on May 23, 2008
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