Defective RMB 1095?

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  • parkerdad
    Junior Member
    • Feb 2003
    • 2

    Defective RMB 1095?

    I just purchased an RMB 1095, and I noticed that there is a clear plastic "warning tag" that is visible through the ampp's top grates. Do other 1095 owners have this tag visible throgh the grates or did mine come loose? Thanks in advance for everyone's help. :?:
  • Rock Dog
    Moderator Emeritus
    • Jan 2003
    • 417

    #2
    Is it towards the front, the side or the back? I will have to slide mine out of the rack to look.

    And if your's is different, does that really constitute a "defective RMB 1095?"




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    • Rock Dog
      Moderator Emeritus
      • Jan 2003
      • 417

      #3
      Is it towards the front, the side or the back? I will have to slide mine out of the rack to look.

      And if your's is different, does that really constitute a "defective RMB 1095?"




      -Thomas-

      The easiest way to find something lost around the house, is to buy a replacement.

      Hey You! Make sure you stop by the HTguide Off-Topic section. It's FUN!!!

      -Thomas-

      As long as people will accept crap, it will be financially profitable to dispense it.

      Hey You! Make sure you stop by the HTguide After Midnight section. It's FUN!!!

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      • parkerdad
        Junior Member
        • Feb 2003
        • 2

        #4
        The tag is a clear plastic tag towards the front of the unit, and it does not appear to be attached to anything. I think it is "floating inside the unit". My fear is that it will cause sonic damage or burn and cause a fire (a concern because the unit is housed in hollowed out section in a custom a/v wall unit). The dealer advised that the tag is normal, but Rotel advised that this is not normal. As the dealer is my lifeline (determines when and if a unit goes to Rotel for repair and/or exchange), I wanted to get a second opinion.

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