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My mate gave me a sound lab spm8e mixer amp. when you turn it on & plug line input fron cd player its buzzing..taken apart & found 2 resistors burnt out R15 & R16 There is also a transistor c3200 its cracked open. its collector go's to the base of Q8 C4381 there seems no damage to the output transistors & all the large resistors are fine. no fuses blown. although the 1 fuse looks like it wanted to blow. transistor c3200 is on the underside of board & is pushed into a hole in the bottom of main output heatsink. with no schematics available for this amp has anyone got any idea's what these resistor values are & why they have burned out.

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  • JAMES TURNEY Jun 03, 2009

    well wont this stop something working right.
    the 2 resistors a burntout

  • JAMES TURNEY Jun 05, 2009

    NOT CHANGED YET GOT TO GET ONE. WILL LET YOU KNOW THE OUT COME THANKS

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