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Re: vinage Pioneer amp
Not much available for these older units any more. The part subs to ASK126 but it is no longer available either. Is the switch beyond repair? What is it actually doing? You can get into most devices like this and repair them sometimes. If it does not turn off, check the cap across the switch. They have a habit of going short cct Let me know how you go.
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NO pre-amp required.
Pioneer made it so you can send the pre-amp signal to a larger power amp ( if you want to)...Either there is a switch to jumper the "pre-out" to the "power in" jacks OR you need to connect a couple of RCA (phono style) cables between them
This usually happens when there is a problem with the main power supply and is relatively rare. If you can post the make and model, I can give you some things to check if you are somewhat familiar with electronics.
Switch speaker wires if sound switches then amp probably has a final amp ic.output problem. Try balance control and tape dubbing or loudness buttons to see if any are dirty.
May have to get repairs at a shop if the amp is worth saving.