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ibbo 6th July 2007 02:44 AM

Blown t-amp?
 
Hi, guys:

I unboxed my t-amp and connected it to my PC. However, when I connected the AC adapter, I didn't notice which output the switch was on. My AC adapter has a switch that reverses the polarity between the outside of the plug and the inside of the plug. I switched the polarity on the AC adapter once as I wasn't sure if the t-amp was on. Now I'm afraid I may have blown part of t-amp's powersupply. It still works albeit only on battery power. Is my new t-amp dead?

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Jon

Lostcause 6th July 2007 09:50 AM

Well it certainly isn't dead if it's working on battery;)
There is obviously a trace or something that has blown where the connector is, you just need to take a look inside.


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