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Has just cessed to work!

I just don't understand... One day, I went to turn it on to listen some music and... nothing! Just as if it's unplugged. First I thought it could of been my power source, so I tried to plug it in an other room, but of coarse still no power.  And this happened without out any kind of prior symptoms or warning.  Have any idea?
Thanks,
Cris

P.S. all my system is plugged into a hts-850 monster powerbar, and this complient is the only one that has suddenly stopped to work.

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  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    Same thing... had just plugged in the subwoofer again (it was getting repaired) into the speaker 'outs' and then the 372 just sort of made a little 'pop' and seemed to die... What up?



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Hi Cris

Are there any lights on to the front panel of the amp? Do you here a relay click inside the amp after turnon? The click is the speaker protection relay connecting yuor speakers through to the amp. If it you do not hear this click chortly after you first turn it on, then the amp is in protection mode and will need some repair work done.

I am more than happy to answer any other questions you may have about it, just give me a hoy :) If you are still unsure, or have problems, then before you give a rating for this advice, please get back to me and we can try some more things.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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Same problem. I hadn't been playing it loud recently. Turned it on one day, heard the relay click, then a light/faint popping/clicking noise out of the speakers, then a short tone sound out of each speaker one at a time, then nothing. Is there a circuit breaker or fuse inside?
Thanks,
John Crist

Posted on Feb 10, 2013

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    john7238 Feb 10, 2013

    Hello Cris,
    Same problem. I hadn't been playing it loud recently. Turned it on one day, heard the relay click, then a light/faint popping/clicking noise out of the speakers, then a short tone sound out of each speaker one at a time, then nothing. Is there a circuit breaker or fuse inside?
    Thanks,
    John Crist

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