Question about MA Audio HK4000D Car Audio Amplifier
If the cap is connected as it was before, disconnect the amp from the power source and replace the fuse. If the cap gets hot and is connected properly, it's defective.
If it only gets hot when the amp is connected, the amp may be creating excessive ripple on the B+ line (which can make a capacitor run hot).
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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