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No. the fan is to remove heat(obviously) If there is a small or no load on the inverter the fan wont come on(no heat to get rid of)..........this is so a lightly loaded inverter wont kill your batteries as fast.If you load it up(power something big or power several things at once) the fan should start after a few minutes hope this helps.Good Luck!
Right next to the rca inputs you will see a reset switch, Reset the amplifier by holding that switch in for about 20 to 30 seconds. This amp has a microprocessor in it that controls the fan. The LCD display that you played with only shows the status of the fan, it does not control the fan. the fan should turn on when the amp starts to get hot. It operates at high or low or stop. If the fan never comes on, even when the amp is very hot, you will need to take it in to be serviced. There is no easy fix to some of the problems. You need the fan to work, so check it out soon and determain if the fan ever comes on. It may take a while to come on, but if it comes on after it starts getting hot, it is working.