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Amplifier not working

First of all the amp was playing then it start it to shut down in protect mode but would come back on an play again. then the last time it stop playing it stay in protect mode and was making a ticking sound. someone told me the outputs were bad so i replace the transistor that look to be bad but the nte 2395 that replace the factory install blew as soon as power came on and now the fuses are blow as soon as power is connect to the amplifier. how can i get the right parts for this amp like power supply and output switch.

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I agree put in a repair shop or send it back to manufacturer

Posted on May 06, 2007

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Do yourself a favor and take it to a repair shop. It will be alot easier on yourself and you will get your amp back in working condition alot faster.

Posted on May 05, 2007

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