Turn it off, you might have to unplug it and leave it unplugged for 10 minutes or so. It should reset itself.
Make sure you don't have a wire short somewhere causing an overload to the Amp.
You might have to move the turntable further away from the Amp. It is also important to have the T.table Ground wire connected to the back of the Amp/Receiver.
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I gather you don't know how to adjust the tonearm. First put the stylus pressure, and antiskating to zero. Balance the tonearm for a free floating position. Ortofon cartridges will list the stylus pressure, generally 1.5 grams. Dial in the correct pressure, and set the antiskating to the same as the stylus pressure. If you require more assistance, or would like to inquire about repairing your Technics, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me there. Thank you.
Re: Reverse feed dogs on Singer 4423
Remove extension table so you can see switch on BACK of machine @ left side. Flip switch to raise feed dogs up.
If machine actually sewing in reverse - check n
Buttonhole adjustment. Reset it (located bottom right side machine)
dirt , foriegn material,spider web in gas feed line to the right side ceramic element of mr heater big buddy. take plastic back of heater off, many #1 philips or smaller screws. find large air induction holes in gas feed line to right side ceramic element and blow out with compressed air and fine tiped /straw tipped air blow gun. straw tipped air blow gun is a better tool for this. reassemble & try lit mr heater again. If it dont work after air blow gun the gas feed tube, you didnt get the gas feed tube cleaned out ,***** & span (something still in there ) and will need to disassemble the gas feed tube and inspect for foreign material blocking the gas flow.
If this dont work,need to take the gas feed line off the gas valve attached to Mr. heater red knob. red knob just pulls straight out, might need pliers to grab red knob. check gas valve output for dirt etc that stop gas from getting through. check inside the gas line to the ceramic burner for dirt, foriegn material- that stop gas from flowing through strong.
any stopage of gas flow , even a slight stopage or dirverting of the gas flow, spider web is common, will stop ceramic element from burning properly.
Use on the control buttons and other switches balance contact spray as the first step let it work for a few minutes.
Control the print for some loose components (solderings) by carefully some manipulation and movement on print and components with a wooden or plastic object, because solderings on active heat-conducting components have allways high priority on the end stage, and in power supply primary you can become early loose components in the solderings if the manufacturer has used leadfree solder. If you have after this no improvement then ALLWAYS refer the damaged to find components replace always twice (on both sides) each other replace if a damaged deformed capacitor or diode was found both as well left as right the same brand components , be carefull in replacements its very important because of in most repairs refurbishing for tonal influences Passive components as example (only suggestion) to take a capacitor 10Volt 330 MF then replace it for a 16 volt 330 mf the size should in most case be the same of the component its very important for tonal effects and balance, in most repairs is that more size format on capacity sounds better as the new order components become smaller on the same voltage its better to get the higher voltage capacitors with the same size as the old lower voltage ones.
The feed balancing dial is for adjusting some decorative stitches that do not form correctly because of the type fabric being used, for instance, the stitch seems too close together to form the design. You would turn the balance towards the plus side. It will also affect the buttonhole sides, if one side seems different in stitch density than the other then you would adjust the balance.
We have become aware of an incompatibility
between the ZoomAlbum software and the Canon PIXMA printers listed
below. This issue applies only when using the ZoomAlbum software to
print Photo Album covers with Mac OS X. Affected Models PIXMA MP240, MP250, MP480, MP490, MP560, MP620, MP640, MP980, MP990, MX320, MX330, MX860, iP3600, iP4600, iP4700 Printers Phenomenon The affected PIXMA printers are designed to feed paper via the rear
tray with a center-feed mechanism and two paper guides. However, the
ZoomAlbum software was intended to feed paper from the rear tray in
printers with a right-feed mechanism and a single paper guide. As a
result, when using the ZoomAlbum software with Mac OS X to print Photo
Album covers with the affected Canon PIXMA printers, the printed image
may shift. Countermeasure To remedy this problem, please use the following settings when printing Photo Album covers with Mac OS X:
1. Click System Preferences
2. Click Print & Fax
3. Select your Canon PIXMA printer as the default printer
4. Select DL Envelope for Default Paper Size in Page Setup Note: Be sure to change the Default Paper Size back to Letter after printing the cover.
This should work if channel 3 & 4 are bridged at 4 ohm.
channel 1 should be stable at 2ohm
channel 2 should be stable at 2 ohm
You can hook up the right side speakers together ( + with + and - with - ) . same thing with the left side. this will give you 2 ohm each channel. this will cause your amp to run hot (this might be tuff on the amp). It will give you right (2 speakers) and left ( 2 speakers ), no front and rear adjustement if you need to balance your sound. I think you should be better buying another amp for your sub and take your 4 channels for your 4 car speakers. this amp as a rca output that can feed the other amp ( sub amp ). it is possible to do it.
Feed the amp with the left channel preamp to the right channel input on amp and check output.
If you get output from amp then pre amp nedds to be checked out if still no output then amp is suspect.