ROCKFORD Fosgate t10001bd 2004

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Amplifier is stuck in protection. All outputs, and the power supply fets test good. The power supply has drive. No oscillation.
No negative regulated on the op amps.
 

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I had one do this and it was a shorted output. It tested normal with your quick gate to source test with an ohm meter, but when I switched the probes in all configurations I found one that was shorted.


You have -18v at CR1 and CR2. Did you confirm they read ok as far as testing them with your meter?


Did you confirm what Perry asked for the good connection between their anode and the negative regulator?
 
Hmn I'll check that Sean,

I not sure if a good connection or not. I do not have that negative voltage at the regulator.
I have 3.385mohms from the diode to the regulator center leg?
Both are the same
I CHANGED THEM FOR GOOD MEASURE AS WELL.
I can check the outputs more throughly for a short.
 
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I'm confused as to where I should have my lm337t connected to the - 18.50, there is no broken or burnt connections.
Despite fixing the capacitance of the outputs the amplifier remains with that positive voltage on the lm337t
Should jumper a connection somewhere?
 
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