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Resistor value for R136 in shneider amplifier.....

My amp was playin up for a day or two.....until i took it out and heard a rattle inside.
so i opened it up and a resistor fell out, which is now lost ( stupid me...i know).
where the blank space where the resistor goes its got R136 next to it.
so im trying to find out the value so i can replace it.
any help would be greatly appreciated...... im going out of my mind driving with no sound.
the product is schneider SPA-5000x 1 channel

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  • Mark Skinner May 11, 2010

    Hello, It's going to be very hard to find the value. You need to get a service manual, it will tell you what each compent is and the value. Or maybe you'll get lucky and another person has the same amp and can tell you. Good luck. If you ever need anything repaired, amp,head unit, then I your man. I have my own business and and I'm also the cheapest you'll find for repairs. Thaks

  • Gregorius1 May 11, 2010

    Post a good pic of the component side of the board, bet I can figure it out.



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