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Attempting to repair older Pioneer power amp. model A77X. Faulty ic drives part #pa0016, in conjunction with both transformers need replacements. if replacement icdrives are available, please quote price and approx, delivery. Thanks.

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If the output pac (PA0016) as well as the transformers need to be replaced, you are going to have a hard time finding them for one and none of them are cheap. What is the problem with the piece that leads you to believe that you need all of these parts?
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