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Amp is most likely an large IC mounted on a heat sink.Remove its mounting screws remove solder from the ic pins on circuit board ,install, mount, and solder in new IC ,install cover and unit should work if IC was only problem.Check for burn't parts,damaged circuit board copper runs.

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