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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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Re: Unable to find the parts

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

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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