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Old 5th March 2014, 01:03 AM   #11
HDAudioXXX is offline HDAudioXXX  United States
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I bought the cap at radio shack great fit and 5amp agc fuse but when i turned it on it immediately started to smell like wire burn. So i turned it off and started a closer look Click the image to open in full size.(opened it) i come to find that one of the wires is burnt (exposing the wire it self) and one of the mosfets are loose big time weird. Now i got a fixer-upper on my hands i will post pics as soon as i buy a soldering iron.

Anyone know were can i get some dirt-cheap
6.35mm (1/4") ts connectors?
Back in the day (when i was like 18) i trashed-picked like thousands of them with speaker and microphone wire on them. I took an sold the copper in them and just threw away the connectors. Looking back now
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