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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well , that looks like a lose connection.
The Amp must be taken apart, and then you check the connector to the front panel. Ensure has contact and there is no oxide.
Also check that there are no bad solder joint, both on panel and on the board, near to where the panel hooks up.
The panel may also fail because of overvoltage if you have a different faulty component on board, like a blown or defective capacitor for example.
The unit can be fixed with a good technician working on it at component level for a couple of hours, apart components, I do not think there is any part to replace.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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