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Old 3rd January 2009, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default Schematic needed to repair CDB492

Does anyone have a schematic for a Magnavox CDB492 they could provide to me, or tell me where I could obtain one? I have searched the Internet and not had any success.

I attempted to upgrade the player with better opamps to improve the sound, but after the changes it would not play and had a loud hum. Checked the solder joints of the pins where the opamps had been replaced, but could not see any obvious "short" or other problem. In attempting to diagnose the problem with a DMM, the +15V feeding the opamps was accidently shorted. Without a schematic I am at a loss to get the player working.
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