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Old 23rd August 2008, 04:08 AM   #11
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thank's for responding so quick,ill post a pic and then go from there,i know i'll need a few things to get it back to original state.guess ill have to find a shop local to me to get the fine details done,but again thanks for the replies.
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Old 23rd August 2008, 06:05 AM   #12
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If you intend to use this amp, you should be VERY careful when making the connections to B+ and ground. When tightening the screws, tiny wire strands often break loose. One tiny strand can do SIGNIFICANT damage to the amplifier.

I'd suggest blocking the back of the terminal block off with heavy weatherstripping and using dielectric grease on the wire to hold any loose strands.

If you're going to have someone replace the speaker wires in the board, they should try to do it without removing the board from the sink. Sometimes the transistors stick to the insulators and break when trying to break them free. This can be very expensive to repair (if you're going to pay a shop to do it).
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