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Legacy la590 amplifier

The amplifier stopped working one day. I am not sure if it was a short or something. the amp will not power up at all. theh power wire and remote turn on lead receives power and signal. (both tested) I not sure if it is a power supply or what!

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Ok If the power wire as well as the remote wiring was checked then you know the problem has to lie within the amp?? Yes it does. Do you know how to check b+ lines with a vom?? as well as use a schematic to trace one curcuit to another?? If not its best in my mind to have a pro look at the amp but if you really wanna try to see if theres something burnt in side by all means open it up look around and if you dont see anything out of normal such as burnt things crispy parts or fried wire then its time to unistall the amp and take it to your local repair depot. Now your local repair person may or may not be a sspecialist in auto amps?? If not My advice would be to ship your unit directly to the manufacturer for repairs. First thing you wanna do is look in the owners manual under troubleshooting . it will tell you where to call and if a RMA is needed(RMA means Return Materials authorization).Or contact the company at 1-425-788-0932 or online at [email protected] Good Luck

Posted on Apr 11, 2006

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