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Hollinger pa 120
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Old 28th April 2009, 02:44 PM   #1
smflash is offline smflash  United States
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Last weekend I was using my pa off gen power and the gen went up to 152 volts and the amp stop working. I pulled it apart and one of the tabs on the chip (LM3886TF) is burnt. how can I test to make sure that is all that is wrong with it. one channel works the other does not. I have a multimeter an some knowlage. thanks for any help.
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