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Nice to see the limiter is now separate from the power switch.

By the way, that's a lot of knobs and switches. The compact amp is much simpler.
Nice, I didn't even notice that. I like seeing the limiter separate as well

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These are the screws I took out that won't retighten.


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Was something broken? Why was it even opened 😬 you are living on the edge manπŸ˜‚.

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Was something broken? Why was it even opened you are living on the edge man.

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In an attempt to "fix it" yesterday since it wouldn't even turn on I started unscrewing ALL the screws on the back not realizing only the ones around the perimeter were needed to remove to get the amp plate out. I loosened 4 perimeter screws and the two screws you see in the above photo before noticing the compartment under the power input which holds the fuse (shown below for anyone interested).






Once I realized it was just a blown fuse in secured the 4 or so perimeter screws I had removed and tried to secure the 2 in this photo but they just spin in place once all the way in. I was told today they might be screws with nuts on the other side so I took the amp plate completely off to see if I could find the nuts (which I thought might be causing my rattle). Turns out they don't look like but screws but are holding on the pictured component (transformer?) They won't tighten though still. That's what I need help with.

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These are the screws I took out that won't retighten.

Use two philips screwdrivers. One inside and one outside. It is like tightening a nut and bolt with two wrenches.



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Or you can use a small wrench (I think it's 8 mm) between the circuit board and the amp plate to stop the gold nut spinning so you can tighten the inside and outside screws.



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Got one of them on there that way. The other won't go even when I tighten from both sides at the same time. I think the small bolt might be stripped. Any idea what size they are so I can pick another one up?

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Those look like risers and screws you would get with a computer case. I could be wrong though.
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Those look like risers and screws you would get with a computer case. I could be wrong though.
Genius! This gave me the idea to pull one off of my old sub that is no longer used (trash) and viola! same size and all - sub is all back to normal now, all screws and bolts secured. Will rerun MCACC and REW tomorrow and see if anything is changed.

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Decided to run tonight instead. Sub sounds back to normal! No more rattling during MCACC! Running REW now.

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Decided to run tonight instead. Sub sounds back to normal! No more rattling during MCACC! Running REW now.
I was about to tell you to do it tonight. Stop leaving us in suspense lol
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I was about to tell you to do it tonight. Stop leaving us in suspense lol


Actually looking a bit better getting ready to post graphs and files in REW thread!

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Genius! This gave me the idea to pull one off of my old sub that is no longer used (trash) and viola! same size and all - sub is all back to normal now, all screws and bolts secured. Will rerun MCACC and REW tomorrow and see if anything is changed.
Completely OFF topic but my wife just saw this thread and said she thought she knew you. She says your picture looks a lot like Duff Goldman, the Ace of Cakes guy

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Completely OFF topic but my wife just saw this thread and said she thought she knew you. She says your picture looks a lot like Duff Goldman, the Ace of Cakes guy
Haha nice - I can honestly say that is a first - that dude is awesome though!
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Decided to run tonight instead. Sub sounds back to normal! No more rattling during MCACC! Running REW now.

Now keep yer hands off the damn amp! Why were you removing the screws that hold on the metal stand-offs that support the circuit board? And if you got them loose, why couldn't you then retighten them? You should be listening more, not tinkering with the amps innerds. Relax and enjoy the damn subwoofer!
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