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Old 7th April 2009, 06:12 PM   #1
Karrry is offline Karrry  Singapore
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Default help needed. Mcintosh MA-6100

Hi all,
I just got my Mcintosh MA-6100 repaired (2 MJ15003 power transitors and something else were replaced with new parts).
now it works again, but the volume output of the left channel is lower than the right.
can anyone tell me why? and how to fix it?

thx you
Karry
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Old 9th April 2009, 07:42 AM   #2
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C403, 470F/4V is probably bad. I would replace the same part in the other channel as well, C404.

The amp is over 30 years old now, I would consider replacing all the small electrolytics before they nickle-and-dime you to death.
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