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Dirty right channel. Changed outputs(all)and still getting dirty, Low volume on right side. Bias v. on base of o/p erratic. Base v. supplied by IC102. Wondering if this is the culprit and if so, where to buy a replacement. This is a 14 pin(pioneer)chip so good luck to me...

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Please post the specifics of the IC. Any markings would help.

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