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What is the watts of a kenwood KAC 820 amplifier?

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It's a 2 channel 75 X 75RMS made in 1988. I repaired the circuit board but I cannot find a a power cable (kenwood part# E-30-2302-05). If anyone has a schematic or a din pin out for that I would love to see it or here from you.

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