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Fisher CA-273 amplifier left speaker ports

The ports for the left speakers, both A speakers and B speakers, do not work. Can I replace those, or change out fuses? If so, how?

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Fuses will be on the inside of the amp. you will have to disconnect it from the power and open the box to get at the fuses( some fuses are accessible from the outside of the amp) also, you may have blown the input or output section of your amp. this is not easy to fix at all. you can blow it from playing your music too loud or from a loud source. while the case is open, have a look at the solder joints on everything. if anything is brown, covered in white residue bulging, melted, burned or looks disconnected, that is probably the problem.

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