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Accuphase P600 problem
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Old 26th December 2011, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default Accuphase P600 problem

Hi guys,

sorry for my english.
i have a problem with my accuphase p-600.
the the display for the power shows only one number on both channels "262".
i doesnt matter wich volume.

has somebody an idea or had that problem in the past?

or maybe an brocken p600 at home?

or a service manual?

best regards and thanks.
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