Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Amp gone into "safety operation" mode - flashing amber light+no output.
Amp is connected to 1pr. 8ohm KEFS + 1pr. 8ohm CELESTIONS(correct impedance selected on amp). I had it on 3 of 10 ( loud amp - 65wpc ) and the output suddenly stopped and amp went to above mode. i switched it off and noticed the transformer was hot - although well ventilated. ive taken cover off and checked the 2 fuses i could see ( both ok ) + can see no toasted components.Do you think ive cooked the transformer or possibly the output IC?. As the unit will power up i dont think the Transf. is the problem - hopefully it could be other components that are standard service items - cheaper ones??!. Thank you if you can help me. A fellow Biker !!!!!!.
Quick check... If the amp still stays in safety mode with the vol turned down and the speakers disconnected, it will have failed in some way. Since you have the safety operation light ON, you can expect that the power transformer is OK. I would expect that you have a DC offset condition on one channel. The most common problems you may have are
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