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Sound like both. But the amp is fried now. It is fixable you have to replace the transistors that is attached to the heatsink. Its a job and a half and need soldering skills.
Parts are just a few bucks on line. What you need to do is open up the amp and disasemble the whole thing. Take the motherboard off completly and look at the transistors for the part number. find the part number and go to this website for a cross-refference fot an NTE part number. http://nte01.nteinc.com/nte/NTExRefSemiProd.nsf/$$Search?OpenForm. Once located the NTE part number. Go to http://parts-express.com/ and search the NTE part number in the search box. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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