Question about Audio & Video Receivers
I believe he is attempting to tell you that he thinks your Amp is overloaded and that you might have too much hooked up to it. Reducing either the number of speakers you have hooked up to it, or using speakers that demand less power would solve the problem.
That assumes that you are doing something different than you have been doing up to the point the amp began to overheat.
If this is recent and you have not changed anything, check your fans and make sure that all internal fans are still operating.
Sometimes, the fans may be spinning, but not enough to move any air. Check the fans for scratches or peeling edges, which might indicate that the fan housings have taken some damage while the apm is moved from place to place. This could slow the fan down and recude it's effectiveness. Also check for lint buildup or anything else that may have blocked the airways inside the amp if you can open the case and take a look inside.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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