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Sherwood AX-7030R amp - doesn't switch on.

I've had a local chap look at my Sherwood AX-7030R, he can normally mend most things and he says the standby circuit voltage regulator has had it. He can't get one.
Where can I get the bits please, or the wiring diagram for it?

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  • j_constable Dec 22, 2008

    I didn't realise that you mostly in america, all i need is some

    parts but can't find who to get them from in the UK.

    Do you have a contact?

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Something doesn't sound right. The standby circuit is usually very simple. The "regulator" is just a transistor. Can you request and post the parts that he/she can't find. I should be able to get you a source or substitutes.

Dan

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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    tony_ling Apr 30, 2012

    It's probably the transformer

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