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A/d/s/ Stereo Components

These are old but very good stereo components:
CC4 = Control Center
RC1 = Remote Control for CC4
C4 = Cassette Deck
CD4 = CD Player
PA4 = Power Amp

I have:
- Documentation.
- Circuit schematics for PA4, CC4, C4.
- Reference to a technician that has experience with a/d/s/; can repair these components; located San Jose, CA.

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