Question about Sherwood RX-4103 Receiver
Yes, don't worry it's a very common to touch wires. The problem is that it will have taken out the two output transistors or the IC. Depending on the type of them you might pick them up cheap or they might be expensive, it will be the same for it being repaired in a shop. The only way to tell would be to look at the numbers on the device(s) and google them, you should get an idea of what they will cost.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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