Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It most likely has a bad channel in the amplifier circuit. This is a very difficult job to repair. You would need all the right tools like soldering equipment, multimeter, hand tools, ect. You also would need some electronics knowledge, even if you are getting help troubleshooting it. It must be repaired right the first time or you risk blowing up all the parts you put in when you try to turn it back on again if you do not have a variac to use to power it on.
If you want some help troubleshooting I can give you some help, but you would be better served to take it to a service center and let a professional do it.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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