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CAR AMPLIFIER - GTO 4000 (600 W)

My sons car amplifier doesn't work!

It would appear that there are 4 resisters/capacators(?) that seem to have burnt out.

On the circuit board they are at positions R261, R461, R161 & R162.

Can you tell me what these items are (ie resistors / capacators Etc,) their exact values, and where replacments can be obtain from?

Cheers

Mike

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These are resistors.

I don't have the schematic but if there is an R361, it may be the same as the other Rx61 components.

Mouser and Digikey are good sources if you're in the US.

If you send me a good quality photo of the internals of the amp, I may be able to provide more information.

babin_perry@yahoo.com


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