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CE1000 Our amp seems to go in and out on one side. Wiggle the wire and it can come on.

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You have bad connections at the inputs. If you can solder, carefuilly remove the board that has the input connector and resolder the jack onto the PC board. This should be done ASAP as with the connection loose like that the circuit board traces are soon to break.

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Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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