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Old 7th October 2010, 02:12 AM   #1
tdmax is offline tdmax  Singapore
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Default Help!!! My Audioromy FU29 amplifier was fried!

Hi Guys,

I am from Singapore and I really need help and advice on my fried audioromy Fu29 amp. The amp just got fried on its own last week.
And upon opening up the bottom plate, I saw 2 pieces of badly burned resistors.

Due to the resistors burned condition, I can't figure out the resistors value to get them replace. I really appreciate if some kind souls, having the same amp could open up the bottom casing and advice on the resistors color code and value, could help me out on this mess.

All help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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