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Old 31st March 2011, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default missing circuit components- why?

hey, i have been looking at my Marshall sl x 100watt amp head, i have noticed the following components are missing from the amp

Diode 1

some of you might have seen the other thread that i couldn't bias the amp and the 6l6s where running at 70ma! could the components have been removed to make the amp run el34s instead than 6l6s?

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