Sign in Transcript Statistics 13,185 views 35 Like this video? It should be around 12 volts. I can't imagine that being a coincidence. -BillClick to expand... goldwax, Jan 30, 2013 #12 KT88 Forum Resident Location: Salem, VA - United States of America R Totale is correct.
This is different than an amplifier that is in protection mode but it is related. Adcom (like some other manufacturers) would prefer that owners not mess with the amp themselves because, if a burnt out rail fuse is caused by a blown output or driver transistor, Replace that cable with a new or confirmed-working one before testing to see if things have been resolved – remember to check that the balance control is centered and the volume is high Decided to give this another shot and it WORKS! http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/fixing-a-blown-amp-channel.307973/
So if I get what you're saying, I should be able to try replacing the fuses inside and that should fix the problem... isaacdvanwesep is offline Quote Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links AVS Forum Advertisement post #2 of 8 Old 12-09-2009, 07:35 PM DaveN AVS Special Member Join Date: Oct 1999 Would that be the speaker..., the cable, ...? Can my new Rotel be fixed? If the known good input does not help then it could be the input signal or the output.
Have not shopped for that in over 10 years. SS amps don't have high voltage inside after the AC cord is removed. Well designed amps also have fuses in the + and - power rails, separate ones for each channel. 2 Channel Amp One Channel Not Working It's not a dumb question at all and the answer is NO!
Thank you for signing up. Car Amp Channel Not Working I always use an insulated tool to extract fuses anyway. Usually this will put the amplifier in protection mode though sometimes it may not turn on at all. http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/solid-state/170409-blown-not-working-amp-channel.html Have not finished my a/bing yet.
How can the fuse not be blown? Power Amplifier One Channel Not Working I got there just after another co-worker had who shut down the circuit. Starting from the speaker and moving towards the receiver/amplifier, thoroughly check the entire length of wire for any breaks or broken connections. http://www.frank-landmesser.de/hoer_verstaerker_endstufen1.html The usual physical layout of power amps like this is to have two (or in your case three since this is I gather a three channel amp) identical amp circuit
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-receivers-amps-processors/1204752-weird-left-amp-channel-just-stopped-working-but-fuse-not-blown.html pergr: Can I be sure there is something on the speaker side that is burning amps, or is it possible a source is burning them? How To Fix A Blown Amp Channel If the speaker wire is in good condition, yet the channel in question still won't work, then the problem likely exists within the receiver/amplifier itself. Only 1 Channel Working On Amp If what I saw was actually your amp there should be two further fuses on each channel's amp board - take a look, I'll bet they are black.
from what you have described it might be the speaker. Totale The Voice of Reason Location: Bi-Regional mindblanking said: ↑ Have had the amp unplugged for two days. Top Wed, 2010-10-27 18:22 #12 Anonymous Re: Did I break my Amp, again? Loading... Power Amplifier Only One Channel Working
Article Onkyo TX-SR607 Home Theater Receiver with Dolby Prologic IIz - Profile Get the Most From Your Tech With Our Daily Tips Email Address Sign Up There was an error. 2 Channel Amp Only 1 Channel Works Do I have to through out the speakers, or can they be tested somehow... Top Wed, 2010-10-27 13:56 #8 Anonymous Re: Did I break my Amp, again? Today 08:24 AM by michaeltscott 3 Going from 683s2 to CM10 for more SPL?
I would probably start with the amp unplugged, and, after a thorough inspection by eye, measure resistances. If you do not have voltage in either case then your remote turn on lead is not working. So, for example, if the problem exists only with DVDs and not any other source, such as radio or CDs, then it's possible that either the DVD player and/or cable connecting it Totale The Voice of Reason Location: Bi-Regional Yes, that could be the line fuse, if it's not just on a holder accessible from the rear which is more usual.