Question about Lexicon MC-1 Amplifier
The power supply failed because overheating.
The large capaciter was broken, I changed but no success.
Please inform me about the voltage between blue, black, red
and orange wiring.
Hans-Joachim Meyer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Hansjo. You may find that if one capacitor has failed, then there may be more. If you see any signs of bulging, leaking, or pushing the bottom out of any caps, then It is a good idea to just change them all. For the small expense, it is worthwhile knowing that your power supply has fresh caps. Try the amp and then see how it goes. If you still have problems, get back to me here and we can talk about it more.
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