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Okay so i was working with my reciever... and was moving a speaker while it was on. the wires came out, whipped back and the music stopped. i could smell melting plastic. i quick turned the reciever OFF, but when i retrieved the wire it made a huge spark when i picked it up. is the whole thing fried? just the channel?

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  • ajarnoldalex Apr 04, 2011

    is there anyway to fix it?

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I would say just the channel is fried.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

  • ajarnoldalex Apr 04, 2011

    is there any way to fix it?

  • David Duncan
    David Duncan Apr 05, 2011

    If you are not experianced in electronics then you need to take it to a auth service center. Involves soldering and unsoldering of multiple components, and the use of a DVM.

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