Originally Posted by johnson636
As it stands right now, the amp does not power up
Very frustrated at the moment, so I'm going to walk away from troubleshooting and pick it back up tomorrow.
When you flick the switch what happens, nothing?
What socket and voltage did you plug it into so far?
Are you sure your breaker is on, and that there is "actual" voltage at the wallsocket contacts?
Are any of the fuses not 0-ohms? (You have to pull them out of their holders.)
There are fuses on each of the 4 amp boards, the power supply and the rectifier board.
Be careful, wear rubber gloves, the internals of this amp can kill a man...
Also wear safety glasses or a face shield, don't let your probe contacts touch or slip or you'll arc-weld the amp (blinding flash and zillion degree metal flying everywhere.)
After being energized, let the amp sit for a good 30 minutes before opening it.
Imagine this, but worse....