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Old 2nd March 2004, 08:05 PM   #1
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Default Need Help Fixing Sunfire True Signature Subwoofer

I have a Sunfire True Signature Subwoofer that has a little bit of damage to the amplifier (a couple of broken capacitors and a few disconnected wires). Can have a Sunfire True Signature sub that they can look at the amp and give me a few component values? If anyone could take a high resolution picture of the amp, that would help with me figure out where a few of the disconnected wires go. Please let me know if you could help!


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