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Old 13th February 2010, 11:50 PM   #1
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Default Phase Linear and Sansui parts

First time post here.
I've got a Phase Linear Model 3000 series II preamp and it has the bad relays where one channel drops out every once in a while.
Hitting one of the tape monitor buttons will usuall bring it back.
Anyone have a good source for replacemnt relays? I saw one on ebay and the seller said it had "hermetically sealed nitrogen filled" relays as an upgrade.

I would also like to find a new face plate for it as this one is in prety bad shape. Any other recommended upgrades for it while I'm replacing the relays.

Also have a Sansui BA 2000 that needs a new faceplate/front.
I'd sure like to get this vintage equipment looking as good as it sounds.
Any mods/upgrades recommended for this amp?
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