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Loss of 12v and ground connection

Over time the plastic that encases the terminal blocks has become brittle and is not able to keep a solid connection. Can i still get replacement components?

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Absolutely. You can just get a new terminal block. It does not have to be exact brand but just rated for the proper voltage going through it.

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SOURCE: i accidentally wired the 12v

Hi
It look like you burned the power supply in the amp if the fuse is ok
there is a circuit that protect the amp and its possible that it burned
this should not be too expensive to be fixed
ecrdn@yahoo.com

Jack

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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