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Old 22nd July 2006, 09:38 AM   #11
bulgin is offline bulgin  South Africa
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Default Staring myself blind against the obvious

Hi all

My knowledge about solidstate being limited, I finally (reluctantly!), gave up on diagnosing the problem of the 'earthed' + speaker wires and took the 405 to a friend who builds phono stages.

I did not re-solder the small pc behind the posts back and all 4 speaker wires are still unconnected. Well, the friend hooked-up his Fluke and guess what? NO continuity between the + wires and ground - everything normal. At this time though, there is no explanation for the dead left channel.

On Wednesday, I went to my Experimental Engineer's Society meeting and had a discussion about multimeters. He informed me that under certain circumstances, multimeters can indicate continuity where there is none...

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