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Old 2nd September 2004, 03:46 PM   #1
canuck is offline canuck  Canada
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Default Philips cd880 player channel dead, resistor burns out


Left channel is dead.
A 33 ohm resistor that has one leg connected to pin 4 (vcc-)of
one of the op amps keeps burning up smoking etc.
Ive replaced it a few times and same problem.

no resistance on the op amps pins except for pin 3 (in+) which reads 0

Any ideas whats causing the problem
I am a complete newbie so bear this in mind

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Old 2nd September 2004, 10:38 PM   #2
canuck is offline canuck  Canada
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Default Ooh aah its fixed

Yeah ,

For all you who want to know.

It was a bad cap in line with pin 4 of the op amp

and the op amp was also kaputsky...

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