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Old 14th September 2005, 10:39 PM   #1
mjctech is offline mjctech  United States
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Default Parasound HAC2200II, schematic needed

I have a HAC 2200II One side is running hot still works. Need help
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Old 5th September 2006, 07:42 AM   #2
pwgtang is offline pwgtang  Armenia
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How hot?If you can touch the heat sink for a while means it is OK.
You can check the voltage on one of the 0.22ohm. If meter read
about 10mv to 14mv, I asscume average 13mv means total 350
to 360ma idle current.If the voltage too high you can adjust the
pot locate at middle the power pcb.Make sure you turn a little bit,
then check the voltage.The idle current decide the output watt
in class A mode.You do not want to set it too low.
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