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Old 22nd June 2012, 09:11 AM   #11
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just another guess but If you have a scope you can look at line power ,signal and of course the out put,no scope ,The lines on the monitor and squeel from the system tells me maybe the line conditioner is not making enough juice to run it all try taking it out of the system and running it ,if it does it again change some things to a different circuit,A digital sound processor will squell if it has no signal or power if sagging,Those lines on the screen should tell you something ,rolling lines = something oscillating, Post what they look like ,Good luck!
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