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Find 6K Dear Sir, I brought your EMU Product and I have a problem at the Daughter Card Chip No. 6K (3 Pins) that it was damage in the left Channel. I used to confirm by alternating the 6K Chip from the right channel. Do you have some spare part for me. I need two 6K Chip. I think, it?s a Darlington Transistor, isn?t it? I need your help, Thank. Best regards, Pinij Parnichwatra parnichwatra@yahoo.com EMU1212M (E-MU 0202 I/O Daughter Card Model : EM8820 030406 PC12184 REV A Serial No : R1EM88207290000520)

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