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Old 3rd April 2012, 04:12 AM   #11
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1 button.
At least 1,000 random generated functions; actual number unknown.
No manual, but field experience suggests repeated pushing of said button generates overload.
Resettable circuit breaker, but unpredictable overload and reset timer due to tripping too many times.
Tripping the breaker causes loud warning chime.
A small subset of functions bypass the breaker, and operate continuously when breaker tripped and buzzer chiming.

Note: single button not in commonly believed location. Actual location unknown, but model to model variation believed to be common.
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Old 3rd April 2012, 04:25 AM   #12
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I have found my wife's fuse, the mouth and reproductive organs seem to share a circuit.
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Old 3rd April 2012, 11:43 PM   #13
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I added this to my bench and it works really good ...

check it out NEW EQUPIMENT

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Hey, I have the very same amp on my bench right now. Lost a phono input JFET which is easy. The problem is the volume pot is beyond hope. pretty impressive amp for it's day. I can see why they still bring decent bucks at auction.
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Old 3rd April 2012, 11:55 PM   #14
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1 button.
At least 1,000 random generated functions; actual number unknown.
No manual, but field experience suggests repeated pushing of said button generates overload.
Resettable circuit breaker, but unpredictable overload and reset timer due to tripping too many times.
Tripping the breaker causes loud warning chime.
A small subset of functions bypass the breaker, and operate continuously when breaker tripped and buzzer chiming.

Note: single button not in commonly believed location. Actual location unknown, but model to model variation believed to be common.


oh my god! i just laughed so hard i pee'd a little!
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Old 4th April 2012, 12:01 AM   #15
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oh my god! i just laughed so hard i pee'd a little!
Reset circuit = trip to spa - shopping trip - flowers - chocolate (the good stuff) dinner out (nice place). Result - she will blow out all of your fuses!!!
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Reset function requires addition of a life sustaining substance. Chocolate. I feed her chocolate or I have no life.
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Old 4th April 2012, 12:20 AM   #17
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Reset circuit = trip to spa - shopping trip - flowers - chocolate (the good stuff) dinner out (nice place). Result - she will blow out all of your fuses!!!
i dont know man.....every time i pop a "fuse" we end up with another jem for me to use as a avatar.

but i did get fixed (or broken, cause it worked to well to begin with!) so maybe i need to do a reset.
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i dont know man.....every time i pop a "fuse" we end up with another jem for me to use as a avatar.

but i did get fixed (or broken, cause it worked to well to begin with!) so maybe i need to do a reset.
Spend all of your time and money working on your audio hobby - that will put a chill on that problem real quick.

ps - save up money for an attorney - and a new place to live.

And now you have a really good idea why no one around here pays any attention to what I say.
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1 button.
At least 1,000 random generated functions; actual number unknown.
No manual, but field experience suggests repeated pushing of said button generates overload.
Resettable circuit breaker, but unpredictable overload and reset timer due to tripping too many times.
Tripping the breaker causes loud warning chime.
A small subset of functions bypass the breaker, and operate continuously when breaker tripped and buzzer chiming.

Note: single button not in commonly believed location. Actual location unknown, but model to model variation believed to be common.


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