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Genelec 8250a dead

kristjanthor, modified 5 Years ago.

Genelec 8250a dead

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 2/2/14 Recent Posts
I've lost sound in one of my 8250A monitors in stand alone mode. I've checked my signal path to be sure it isn't wiring-related and determined that it is indeed the monitor. It looks fine; green power light on the front, but absolutely dead when I run signal through it. Not sure what could have caused it. It just went dead.

Please help!
jani-oksanen, modified 5 Years ago.

Re: Genelec 8250a dead

Jedi Master Posts: 449 Join Date: 3/30/17 Recent Posts
Hi,

I'm sorry to hear that! Could you please fill Service Enquiry form from link below, and we will get back to you very soon to have your monitor repaired.

https://www.genelec.com/service-enquiry-form