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Good morning friends, my name is Lucio simão, I have a pb780 amplifier model, it is blown open and noticed a trail is missing a diode in position (D 9), located in the middle of the plate, I would like to know the value of this diode. appreciate the attention, my e-mai is lucstones@ig.com.br

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