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Unable to find the parts

I am unbale to find the parts of the amplifier, It has gone off due to some power fault. Can you let me know where in Mumbai can I get the parts of the A-1D 2 - Channel Amplifier

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It depends on what parts. Most parts can be generic replacenents some such as power transformers are model and manufactuer specific.
MCM electronics has many parts.
Good Luck
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