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The case for the radio touched the circuit board and shorted the area around the connections for the speakers and plus & ground connections. I need some info from a circuit diagram or a circuit board layout in order to repair the unit ... please help

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  • gary215_6 Jan 11, 2009

    I fixed it by carefully looking at the board and some careful soldering I had to replace one electrolytic capacitor that had blown up. ...End of problem! The radio worked just fine!



    Thanks to any one that thought about this;



    Thanks again.



    Gary

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