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An integrated amp has the Pre-amplifier built in ( Volume and tone controls)
A power amp has no tone controls and no pre-amp section

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I could not find the devices marked JRC455 and NE55 - maybe they were not correctly marked, but there are some devices which have similar designations: JRC4559 is a dual operational amplifier integrated circuit and the NE555 is a time/oscillator integrated circuit.

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http://www.alldatasheets.com

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AVR 684 was working normally then shut off with rapidly flashing red led. Have allowed to cool overnight, tried different power sources, disconnected speakers etc, etc. Any ideas?


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- a bad power cord or connector to the unit on the cord (if any), bad power connector on the unit (if any) or bad connector soldering on the circuit board (replace cord or resolder/replace connector if necessary)

- main power switch could have dirty contacts or some damage (needs to be cleaned or replaced)

- an electrolytic filter capacitor (any of them) could be dried out, blown (bulged at the top), badly soldered or otherwise faulty (should be replaced if faulty and resoldered if there is a loose solder joint)

- a connector (any of them) could be loosely plugged, oxydized or have bad solder joints on any pins (connections should be checked, dirty contacts cleaned, loosely soldered pins resoldered)

- any other components could be poorly soldered or damaged (resolder or replace, as necessary - might require technical service to establish which components are bad, if any)

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