The odd thing is... With these amps, there are 2 power switches on the back, when you turn them both one.. the amp is supposed to be be in stand by mode. this amp comes on as soon as you flip the power switches. Once it is on... there is a very low "clicking sound" coming from the amp, and you can hear it in BOTH speakers.... This clicking stops after about 1-2 minutes, and does not happen again unless you leave the amp off for a few hours.
Talked to Rolland, and it seems there is an adjustable pot on the front panel touch sensor power switch. We are not totally sure yet, but it looks like the sensativity needs to be turned down, so the amp will go off. We think the relay switch is just freaking out, with the sensor being set too high.
Hopefully, this weekend, I will be able to take the amp apart, and turn down the sensor, and put new lights in... That should be it.
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