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Please check the inlet voltage from the mains.
Make sure the speakers are not short - test with a 1.5 cell- or with a multimeter for the resistance of the speaker coils. make sure there is no short in the wiring.
reduce the BASS, Treble to mid point and see if the amplifier works longer.check the input source or change them.
Finally help with cooling if kept inside any shelves.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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