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Old 27th July 2006, 11:50 PM   #1
Fexplorerv8 is offline Fexplorerv8  United States
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Default Need help with my Pioneer GM-X822

Hi everyone, new to this forum!

I came across a dirty and forgotten Pioneer Premiere GM-X822 that didnít look good at all, and I was in serious doubt whether it would work or not, I did the right thing and gave it some TLC,

After cleaning it toughly I decided to go ahead and give it a try, I hooked it up to my two 12's and it worked beautiful, I stated messing with the settings to get the most out of it and it sounds amazing, Iím quite stunned!

My only concern is that it gets quite hot, I ran both my subs for a total load of 1 ohm, I of course did my research and the amp is 1ohm stable, I noticed the amp has a fan but I donít think it works, no matter how hot the amp got it would not turn on, is there any way to test why the fan is not working?

Iím getting ready to pull out the fan and make sure it works, if it doesnít work where can I get a replacement?

Thanks in advance.
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