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RockfordFIx 20th February 2013 03:24 AM

Rockford Fosgate Power 650
I have a rockford fosgate power 650 with a burnt board. Does anyone have a schematic for this amp and some close up pics of the board. Also does anyone have a pic of the fan used? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

seankane 20th February 2013 03:41 AM

You must have bought the burned one on ebay?

Look at previous threads by me and shawnk we have pics of the boards in our threads.

I have a schematic...e-mail me

Perry Babin 20th February 2013 03:44 AM

What do you need to see for the fan?

seankane 20th February 2013 03:45 AM

I can send a pic of a new stock fan, but any fan will work. You may have to fabricate a bracket to utilize the factory holes in the cover.

RockfordFIx 20th February 2013 04:57 AM

Yes I did purchase the burnt one off ebay. Unfortunately, the board has a bad burn spot where three resistors caught fire and the traces will be hard to make out without a pic. This will be a challenge though. The seller did not pack amp well and the fan mount and fanblade are broke. The two xover pots have came a part but I can fix them. Someone solder in 15amp automotive blade fuses.

seankane 20th February 2013 05:02 AM

I dont currently have one apart. They are a pain to disassemble to take pics. If I have time this week I will try and get some photos for you.

I was going to bid, but it just looked like to much work, more than I wanted to do....LOL

You can buy a square fan from radio shack, hold it up to the grill where the original mounted and drill small pilot holes into the square fan. Then screw the original screws into the pilot holes with some loctite or equivalent on the threads.

Your done with the fan.

RockfordFIx 20th February 2013 05:13 AM

I will start disassembly tomorrow and put together a parts list

Perry Babin 20th February 2013 07:20 AM

I have photos of the boards and have two apart in the shop (but they may get picked up this morning). If you post photos of the damaged area, I'll post photos of the board if I have them.

RockfordFIx 20th February 2013 10:43 AM

I will go take pics now

RockfordFIx 20th February 2013 07:19 PM

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here are the pics of the board and fan. sorry for the delay..

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