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I own a Technics H?F? system and have a problem w?th the amplifier which appears to have overheated and blown out.I am told that it is a balanced setup and will need all component units supplied for repa?r. However, I live ?n Dalaman in Turkey, and am unable to find a su?table service repair agent. Can anyone help please?

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What is the model number? With that I should be able to give you the most likely defective parts.
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