Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Most likely it can be fixed. One of the things that could stymie this is if there is a part that is not available. It also would be nice if a service manual or diagram is available though that might not be essential (a genuine maybe here) if the repairer is familiar with preamps in general. Of course who would repair it and what it would cost are prime considerations. I likely would be able to repair it were I still in business but I am retired and that is not the case. Nor do I believe that even were I not, that this would be possible due to Fix-Ya rules (can't solicit business).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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