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Class D and tripping circuit breakers

kongwee

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Not entirely on Class D amp. I had an oven, that trip at higher temp. I replace the oven with new with higher watts. No more problem. It can be intermittent problem. Also the power rating on spec isn't the same if you have fuse on your amp. The apparent power is limit by VA. It should be written at the back of your amps and even fuse rating.
 
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