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Old 14th December 2009, 10:36 AM   #1
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I have an an Adcom preamp model# gtp 600, there is a push button that has given me issues, I would like to fix it. It is the " tone in" button that I am trying to fix. Part #'s, anything, any help would be nice.
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Old 16th December 2009, 12:27 AM   #2
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I have replied to an email, the switch is #17 on the preamp, I cannot post pics as my camera was stolen. Apart # that I could use to replace it with is my goal. I cannot remember who sent the PDF file, so thank you very much, I have had the unit I bought used about 15 years ago, just needs a new switch, that says alot about Adcom if you ask me. Thanks everyone again, just want my theatre back.
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Have you contacted Adcom to see if they can help with a recommended part?
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Honestly, I work six days a week, their hours of business, I am at work and un-able to call with any kind of tech question. I am curious if there was a way to simply "solder it" to the "on" posistion and be done with it. Thanks for responding. mavric
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Adcom has a large number of repair centers listed on their web site - perhaps one is close to you that might have that switch available or can order it. You could jumper around the switch but you will need a schematic to tell if you are going about it correctly plus need the proper tools and knowledge of how to solder, ESD protection, etc.
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