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Hi i have a hifonics brutus amp that i was told a resistor was blown can you tell me how to fix it or can you tell me someone that can fix it
You haven't said what is wrong with the unit. If it isn't turning on then I would be willing to bet you have more than a blown resistor to deal with. I agree with the other poster who said you should take it to a qualified repair guy. I think that is your best bet if your knowledge of electronic repair is so limited that you cannot tell the difference between a resistor and a transistor. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
If you can point it to me in the schematic diagram I might be able to help you. But I suggest you bring it to a qualified audio electronic technician if you still value it. cheers!
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