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post #1 of 3 Old 07-15-2012, 09:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi, I'm not much of an electrician, so this may be an easy fix. I have a Cinepro 700x2 amp, and the fan started running 24/7 last night. Is there a quick fix for this? Where can i get a replacement fan? Are most fans a standard type? thanks for any help. I'm assuming that a relay is stuck on or something?
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Could be a stuck "high/low" limit switch which is built into the fan.

Type "audio fan" into your search engine. Open the case as the mfg information should be on the fan. Should be a simple unplug, unscrew and put things back together type of fix.


This is a CYA comment: As always, use all safety procedures when working with electricity and be sure to unplug the unit from the wall plug outlet. rolleyes.gif
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Thanks! i will check that out!! Love this site! Great to have all the knowledge at my fingertips! biggrin.gif
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