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Old 12th January 2004, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Nikko Classic MOSFET amp - help please!

I need some help/advice.
A newbie, and not too electronically technical...

I have owned an awesome 350W/chan stereo amp from new in 1988-ish.

Unfortunately, the thermal switch for the cooling fan on one of the channels has stuck 'on' so the fan is on all the time - annoying on quiet music, etc.

The part is made by a Japanese manufacturer called 'Tokin', but I can't find a (pref. UK) distributor of these parts (called TRS*** and OHD***)

Can anyone help?
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