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Old 27th September 2014, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default Sound Valves M60 schematics needed

I opened up one of my M60s to see it I could find the source of a sizzle sound from the amp that I get every once in a while. I found some poor repair work in the power supply regulator section of the circuit board. Some zeners were replaced and a transistor apparently. I would like to redo the work. I can't seem to find any schematics on the web. Does anyone have a copy of the REV B board schematic? Thank you!
I haven't had this pair very long, but absolutely love them as they are my first toe in the water of tube audio sound. I just replaced all the tubes with reissue Genalex Gold Lions and they are amazing.
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