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Old 14th June 2006, 11:02 AM   #1
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Default Precision Power PC2600.2 PPI over-current proteciont

ey guys!

I'm working on a PPI powerclass series. Model # PC2600.2. Unit stays in over-current protection. The magic power LED never turns green. Tested with several different loads (within PPI specs, 2ohm, 4 ohm, no load). Still no luck. FETS and trans along board edges test fine. Anyone had problems with the thermal interupt preventing initial power up?This amp was said to have never been used. I received it still in the box w/ original wrapping. Any help would greatly be appreciated! Or even recommend a repair center in the Atlanta, GA area.

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Mike
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