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I need to send my CE1000 crown amp in for repair.  Where can I send it?

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Typing "amp repair" in google should get you a fairly comprehensive list.

I fixed a couple of my amps recently which had blown transistors. These were pretty obvious to spot (look for scorch marks on the PCB) and only a couple of £s to replace - significantly cheaper than a professional repair job, it just depends weather you have the courage to do it yourself!

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That particular channel is blown. These are not the easiest units to repair. Given that this is a commercial amp, I would recommend that this unit be brought to an authorized Crown service center for repair. Expect parts cost in the $50 range plus the labor charge.
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Dan

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Cuold be the final power amp ic. Might be imput transistors to that channel. Its possible to have a cold solder joint on pcb.
Look close at board with good light and a mag. glass to see if any foggy looking joints and heat up with soldering iron then dab with fresh solder.
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