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Old 03-29-2014, 05:07 AM
tizre1 tizre1 is online now
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Mein Auto:
Possible fix to moisture issue for amp.

Totally sick and tired of moisture getting into my amp. I decided to take action and possible fix.
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First cut a square 2" by 2" into lining at place where road triangle is housed...then
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Pull back lining, enough to pull optic cable and male connector. Pull very gently !
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Pull elastic strap to house triangle and fit amp instead...it's a bit of a tug but will fit. Also holds amp in nice and tight.
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You're ready to connect
Place triangle in space into battery area...again it's a squeeze but fits tightly.
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Then ensure you allow some air circulation for amp. I wedged a sponge underneath amp.
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Hope this helps


Terry from Weybridge, Surrey. UK
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Old 04-02-2014, 01:02 PM
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Thank you tired of the static noise also
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