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2 sets of o/p. Changed all. Bias to right side o/p's not seady at .7v and bias comes from IC102. Without schematic, cannot trace back further. Help..!

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It would help to know the model number. Also, hte bias should be .6 not .7V. What is IC102?

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Dan

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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