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Sounds like a Electrolytic capacitor has failed. Search backwards from the speaker connections inside the unit to the main PC board. Replace the first ones that you come accross that are linked with the speakers.
Truly, it all depends on what's really wrong it and if it's worth the price to fix it to YOU, doesn't it? Only a tech can look at it and tell you the cost to fix it. We can't just hold our heads to the screen and mind-meld with it.
The oil you are seeing is more than likely due to a blown valve cover gasket. Replacing one on these vehicles is not too difficult a task and not too pricey. The gasket runs about $40 at most chain stores.
First clean off the top and sides of the engine and make sure that it is clear of loose dirt and debris as you will be exposing some delicate pieces of the engine. Next label and remove the spark plug wires and the vacuum lines that are connected to the valve cover. The next step is to remove the bolts that hold the valve cover in place. These bolts are the torx topped bolts that are visible on the top of the valve cover. I believe that there are 6-8 of them. Once they are out gently remove the valve cover and inspect the channel that runs along the outside edge for any possible remaining pieces of the original gasket that may be stuck to it. Place the valve cover aside in a clean safe area. Next inspect the channel along the mating surface of the engine for any remaining pieces of the original gasket as well. After cleaning the channel to free it from any debris begin placing the new gasket into it's channel. Align the gasket in the channel around the outside of the block and around the spark plug holes and then carefully press it into place. After giving the valve cover another look to make sure it is free from any foreign materials replace it back on the engine and replace the valve cover bolts and tighten to spec. Depending on the condition of the original spark plugs you may wish to replace these as well... having been saturated in oil I would suggest it. I like ngk's. Be sure to check the gap when replacing. Replace the the wires and vacuum lines and then give the engine a try.
Please disconnect your speaker and using a good 1.5 AA cell test for a good response. if Ok connect to the amp and power. Hope you are using the right source input. If not give you input to another source input and check. If not it is important to check with a signal test for the failed section. Attempt this only if you are familiar or else ask a friend to test from the output backwards to find the section which is not responding and attentuating. It sould be a possible failure in the premap/ input selection or a biasing of these circuits. Hope this helps. Good day
Check for loose connection, if continuity is present from end to end of that channel the next step is crack open the amp and visually look for signs of blown component. If it's a 4 channel amp, you will notice 4 same components if you divide the circuit board by 4 sides.
David, rest assured you can purchase a VOLTAGE CONVERTER and use it overseas to adapt to other voltages. I would recommend you pick one up at any electronic dealers or check online as to what is available, GOOGLE: Power Converters Be sure to obtain one close to the wattage your unit requires