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Old 14th July 2009, 11:53 PM   #1
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Smile EVENT PRECISION 8 Monitors click'n at heatn up

This is my first post, I have a pair of Event monitors and until now they were fine, today when
I turned them on it made a ground loop sound on one of them, now it clicks every 3 seconds or so when it is just on doing nothing, when I shut it down it makes a loud sound like the speaker is going to go through the cone, and it seems to heat up alot more than the good speaker. I am
a decent solderer and a good head on, so has anyone experienced this issue and have a idea where to start?
Thanks in Advance for any help.
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