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Check to make sure no source or speaker cables cross power cables, and make sure power is clean by using a regulated surge protector.

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May 23, 2013 | SpeakerCraft MZC-66 Amplifier

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What causes cracking, popping sounds on most zones of a MZC 66 amplifier controller?


Try this to isolate where it is coming from. Either the zone amps are defective, which is not likely, or the main amp is at fault. Hard to believe they are mis-wired, they typically are foolproof in this area.

At the main controller, try the two zones that are good and plug them into the 4 bad zones one at a time and see if you get the same symptom. If you do, then it is not the main controller and something common to the 4 zones is causing the issue. If they are wireless, then you my have interference so check if you can select different channels.

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Nov 08, 2011 | SpeakerCraft MZC-66 Amplifier

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SpeakerCraft MZC-66 , all zones just buzz\ need to find a repair person that know and understand this brand


That's is probably the main IC chip got busted already that causes the hum.
Hope that gives you an idea...

Jul 08, 2011 | SpeakerCraft MZC-66 Amplifier

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One of my zones is not working and the control panel says "set zone" . There are no options available on the menu


hi,
you need the speaker-craft mcz programming tool to program the amplifier. you can program the system only through a computer. you have to program the mode 3.1. you also need a cable to connect the mode 3.1 to the computer ( Speaker craft DTP-6 Transfer Cable). through the computer u can set all the parameters of mode 3.1. you can download the software from speaker craft. install it it your computer. connect one end the DTP-6 transfer cable to the control port and the other end to your ps's serial port . run the soft ware and make wanted settings in all zones.
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Jan 29, 2011 | SpeakerCraft MZC-64 Amplifier

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I have the same SpeakerCraft mzc-66 Model. Installed 2005. About 2yr later on one of the zone that was rarely used, it started to just put out a clicking noise. It is now down to only zone 1 and 6 that are...


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Jan 17, 2011 | SpeakerCraft MZC-66 Amplifier

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I've noticed two problems with my heating system, but not sure if they are related. Here's the background - sorry for being so long winded. Background: I have a Weil-Mclain Gold CGi Series 2 (which was...


Two problems, one is a bad thermostat on zone 2. The second is the boiler. The inducer fan energizes causing a pressure switch to engage. This pressure switch energizes the ignitor. If the ignitor does not get hot enough, it will cycle again all over. The cheapest route to take is to check all hoses going from fan housing to pressure switch looking for bad connections or leaks, the second thing to do is to replace your ignitor (time for it anyway).

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