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My monster 5150ss is not under warranty. where can I get amp module part number 3010-3003-5000. I can replace myself however since Monster no longer produces amps this part is hard to find and any authorized dealer has stated that they will no longer sell parts unless they install.

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  • gibbsteam Oct 01, 2011

    me too...Monster sucks

  • gibbsteam Oct 01, 2011

    2 grand for a amp and they stop making parts.....we need to buy a used one for parts or sell it for parts

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Might be a failing semiconductor component (usually an old transistor) in the amplifier's front end. This caused by the oxidation through the component legs or pin. I usually touch and move each transistor's body to exaggerate the noise. You can research also what kind of noise is it producing- intermittent, static, etc.
hope this helps..

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Not to discount what your tech has already said, there are a few things that can cause hum. Just want to get info direct from you regarding this problem. Then, I can attempt to point you in the right direction if you can provide me with answers of a few questions

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Nice amps. There is really only one check you can do without getting into the internals of the amp to help you resolve the issue. Disconnect the input and speakers from that channel,and see if it is able to turn on. If are up to it, checking over the poweramp board for that channel for dry or cracked solder joints, and in turn resoldering any you find may fix the problem. If not, the amp will have a problem on that channel and will need a tech to look at it. If it is under warranty still, Monster are pretty good for service I have heard, and they would be your first port of call. Other than that, Call you local HiFi specialist store and see if they can recommend a good audio tech in your area.

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