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Old 30th March 2006, 12:10 AM   #1
Ham is offline Ham  Canada
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Default CS-800 Slamming to the Rail

Hay guys had a CS-800 in here and one channel was slamming to the rail and took out a buddies speaker. It was an old stlye CS-800 with no triac protection. Problem was one of the voltage dropping resistors for the 15VDC was open. It was a 2K 5Watt resisitor. An easy fix but expensive speaker. Just thought I give you guys something to check for!
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Thanks Ham
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