I went over to see what was wrong and the case was so hot I could not touch it. I said to my self, Oh $hit! I blew up my amp. I swapped it out with a Sunfire 300 and let it cool down.
I was able the next weekend to do some investigating to see what is going on. I first had it on with no load and no speakers hooked up to it. I left it on for over an hour and the temp of the unit was were it should be. I then hooked it back into my system and started to play some music though it at low volume. It seemed to be ok after 10 minutes so I up'd the volume to about half my normal listening level and after about 1/2 hour I went over to see if it was running hot or not and well it was getting pretty hot.
So here comes the good news in this story. I talked to my good friend Tom, beemers417 at Vintage HIFI, and he said bring it down to the shop and he and his new tech will take a look at it. So last night I put it in the back of my car and went down to the shop. In about 2 hours Anders, Tom's new tech, emerged from the back room with the amp and proceeded to hook it up to one of the demo systems in the shop.
Anders fixed it. He replaced a couple of resisters and something else, can't quite remember because I had a few beers in me, but we started to put the amp through it's paces and it was running cool again.
Thank you Anders and Tom for fixing my amp.