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01-30-17 05:17 PM
DqMcClain
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

Quote:
Sanjay Frank wrote: View Post
wired in series like this:
Ok, that takes out the most obvious cause of the problem, which would be burning out the outputs with a 2-ohm load. Glad PE is on top of it with a refund... hope that all works out to your liking.
01-30-17 11:14 AM
ajinfla
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

PE is a good company
01-30-17 02:11 AM
Sanjay Frank
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

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willis7469 wrote: View Post
Did you call PE? You've only had it 4 months, is there any warranty on it? I would think so. My luck would be only 90 days lol. I'd throw the shakers and try to return the amp and get another sub.


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This is the email from the Parts Express Customer service tech:

pe tech
Jan 27 (3 days ago)

to me
Hello,
I am sorry that you have had trouble with this. It does sound like it has failed. This was a refurbished amp so it carries a 6 month warranty. You are still inside that time so I can have a refund processed for you. This would be refunded to your pay pal account. Just let me know if that is still active and I will get that set up. The Issue number for this is RA117246

Sincerely,
Chris
Technical Support Team
01-30-17 02:09 AM
Sanjay Frank
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

wired in series like this:
01-29-17 10:07 PM
willis7469
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

Did you call PE? You've only had it 4 months, is there any warranty on it? I would think so. My luck would be only 90 days lol. I'd throw the shakers and try to return the amp and get another sub.


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01-29-17 08:11 PM
DqMcClain
Re: Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

How were those two bass shakers wired? Series or parallel?
01-27-17 06:50 PM
Sanjay Frank
Dayton Audio SA230 stuck in standby mode

Any suggestions to (un)stuck it?

I have a Dayton Audio subwoofer amplifier SA230 that I purchased refurbished from Parts Express in Sept. 2016. I had it powering (2) Aura bass shakers (50 WPC) at the most in my home theater. It never got hot or showed any signs of dying. The only thing I did notice was that with the gain turned all the way up the shakers were still barely moving.

Suggestions in what to look for and what to repair?

Thanks,

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