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I blew my amp up a while back and now that i have time, I took it apart. I know a lil about elec. and i know that i burnt up four of my capicitors and ive replaced them, 100v 220uf but ive also blown two small boxes on either side of my capicitor pack that read 224j100. I dont know what they are to buy them can u help?

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