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It does sound to be fried but, you really don't have to replace it with the same exact model, look for an upgrade, I'm sure that manufacture and many others have one better. If it were my guitar, I would definitely think of it as upgrade time. The pickup is probably ok knowing that it can handle heat better due to its location and materials.
PV series power amplifiers common issue, i suggest that before you go to spend tons of hard-earned money to a tech shop go to radio shack, buy a cleaner spray solution and clean ALL the back switches, including Stereo/Bridge switch, then check the two green light light up at front and verify functionality as well, let me know your results.
Unfortunately the Concertmate brand is associated with Radio Shack. Contact their customer service department to see if any of their repair departments are still operating. Here's their info- https://www.radioshack.com/contact
Finding exact replacements MAY be near impossible. I would suggest looking in your hardware store in both the many drawers with odds and end products and ALSO where they have furniture glides. You might find something that is close that you can adapt.
It is intended to do automix on the "solo group". The auto mix apparently levels mics that are receiving audio and reduces or mutes those not receiving vocal activity for each of the groups. The mixer has abiliity to select certain channels into the three subgroups, one of which is the "solo".