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My kenwood a97 hi fi amp has gone into protect mode a resistor is broken how do i get a diagram to identify the type i need

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In my a-97 amplifier was the chip stk350-030 broken. I replaced it and it works again. The stk350-030 you'll find in the middle. Open the hood and cut the bottom (sound weird but its true)

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