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No sound i feel like my problem is the set screws on my amp,they were stripped out ,so i tapped them out and replaced them with a slight bit larger set screwand it doesnt seem to be getting a good contact although it is screwed all the way down and is tight.it seems as though may be its not making good contact with the board on the amp.how can i repair this?

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