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|Helpful Hint||Fault : My amplifier is “clipping out ” the stand by or power
light stays on but there is no sound
|This fault can occur for a number of reasons. The unit is clipping
out because there is an issue with the installation i.e. the cables or
speakers or other components. Or the amplifier is faulty.The first
this to do is to turn the amplifier off and plug it out from the
power socket. Then check your cable connections at the rear
of the speakers and the rear of the amplifier. If they are shorting
i.e. the bared cable from the cable is touching at any point, you
need to re-wire ensuring no bared cable is touching. If this does
not resolve the issue please contact us.
|Helpful Hint||Fault : The arm is sliding across my record deck|
|This fault can occur for a number of reasons. First try
replacing your stylus or needle if you have not already
done so. If you record deck has a weight on the back of the
arm try setting the arm up. If this does not resolve
the issue please contact us.
|Helpful Hint||Fault : There is a humming sound from my system.|
|This fault may occur if you have worn out leads. It is worth
replacing your hif-fi leads and speakers cables if possible. It
can also occur if you use a record deck and the grounding
lead has not been connected this is generally located at the
rear of the record player. If this does not resolve the
issue please contact us.
|Helpful Hint||Disconnecting Your System .|
|Before you disconnect your system turn down the volume
button and plug it out from the mains. Never disconnect your
system while it is still powered up or plugged in. Take a picture
of the rear of the system and the location of the leads as a
reference for when you reconnect. Again when you reconnect
have the unit powered off and plugged out.