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Old 30th May 2009, 02:03 PM   #11
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Holco is normal feedback resistor.
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Old 30th May 2009, 05:57 PM   #12
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burn trace PCB on Q123
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Old 30th May 2009, 06:01 PM   #13
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You bet! Repaired by solder droplet.
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Q123 not in short ?
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Who knows?
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Old 30th May 2009, 08:57 PM   #16
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BAD REPAIR JOB. CLEAN FLUX, MAKE BETTER CONNECTION AT Q123.
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So I repaired the burned trace with solder joint/goober
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SJ did not touch the resistor to the left

No dice, still the same static. Is the burned trace indicative that it took out the entire channel? Also I lost my printout of the schematic but I will print out another one at work tomorrow. After I get another schematic I am going to try out the DMM. What is the process of elimination though that i should start with though? Should I start out with the center mosfets?
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PLEASE, clean the dirty spots near the power transistors. Do it before, ever asking me anything again about this amp. AND please remember that I am its designer, not its builder!
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So I repaired the burned trace with solder joint/goober
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SJ did not touch the resistor to the left

No dice, still the same static. Is the burned trace indicative that it took out the entire channel? Also I lost my printout of the schematic but I will print out another one at work tomorrow. After I get another schematic I am going to try out the DMM. What is the process of elimination though that i should start with though? Should I start out with the center mosfets?

If its taken out a track then its like to have taken an output transistor(s) with it.
Check the output transistors for shorts.
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