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jjptkd

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:37 am

Re: TFM-75 Fan

Welcome! You can always try these guys, good luck.

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kingman

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 7:40 am

Re: TFM-75 Fan

lambo1999 wrote:The fan in my TFM-75 quit. Rita does not have any. Anybody have a source for a replacement.Thanks

Welcome to the forum!!! =D> Post some pics of that beast!!! Try Rolland Barr.....Carver Audio Repair Center
Hi-Tech Audio Ltd.
2125 SW 19th St.
Gresham Oregon 97080
503-618-7605 Fax 503-674-8593
http://www.carveraudiorepair.com
He may be able to help. Good luck!!!
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Don

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:07 pm

Re: TFM-75 Fan

kingman wrote:
lambo1999 wrote:The fan in my TFM-75 quit. Rita does not have any. Anybody have a source for a replacement.Thanks

Welcome to the forum!!! =D> Post some pics of that beast!!! Try Rolland Barr.....Carver Audio Repair Center
Hi-Tech Audio Ltd.
2125 SW 19th St.
Gresham Oregon 97080
503-618-7605 Fax 503-674-8593
http://www.carveraudiorepair.com
He may be able to help. Good luck!!!



Agreed. Rolland is the man. Very responsive to both e-mail and phone calls. Knows his stuff. When my 75 needs a refresh, it is going to Rolland. Did an excellent job on the 45 I gave my son for his birthday. \:D/
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engtaz

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 1:14 pm

Re: TFM-75 Fan

Welcome
engtaz


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Rainman

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:11 pm

Re: TFM-75 Fan

I can guarantee that fan is not unique to the tfm75. It has almost certainly been put into other things such as cell site radios, microwave transmitter units and or big computer server racks. I would almost bet you can pull the lid off the amp find the manufacturer & the part number to proceed from there. It should not be difficult to contact the manufacturer or a supplier of their stuff to obtain a replacement. Replacing it yourself should be a plug & play no brainer. For the folks who can't program their dvr or vcr your 5 year old should be able to handle replacing it for you... 8)
By the way I probably don't need to mention this, but common sense says it's not a good idea to use the amp until you get the fan replaced/repaired #-o .....

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BillD

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Post Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:02 pm

Re: TFM-75 Fan

Is it like the PM-1.5 fan?
It should sound like it isn't there!
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