t.amp Proline 3000 - Looking for images to help rewiring

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I recenlty bought a used t.amp Proline 3000 amplifier. The previous owner had unplugged all the wires between the transformer and the cap-pcb. I'm now looking for the information to help me reconnect the unplugged wires. I contacted Thomann but the could not share any documents. Also found this thread from this forum with a few diagrams but these did not contain enough information.

The information which I'm looking for is:
1) How to connect the wires coming FROM the transformer to the CAP-PCB.
2) How to connect the wires coming FROM the amplifier modules to the CAP-PCB.

I would be grateful If anyone here could take a few detailed images from under the hood of their Proline 3000.

CAP-PCB

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The pins on the cap-pcb are (in the images I have defined the pin numbers myself):

Pin # / Label

01 / AC Input
02 / AC Input
03 / AC Input
04 / AC Input
05 / +VCC-H
06 / +VCC-H
07 / +VCC-L
08 / +VCC-L
09 / GND
10 / GND
11 / GND
12 / -VCC-L
13 / -VCC-L
14 / -VCC-H
15 / -VCC-H
16 / V~L
17 / V~L
18 / V~H
19 / V~H
20 / Multipin (2pins)
21 / Multipin (6pins)
22 / Multipin (5pins)

TRANSFORMER

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from Transformer to CAP-PCB

Brown
Red
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Blue
Black


from AMP modules to CAP-PCB

Red
Red
Orange
Orange
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Black
Black
Multipin (5pin) Green,Green,Brown,Brown,Black
 
I have made some progress. Here are the results so far. Half of the pins have been easy to specify but for pins from 5 to 15 the results might be wrong. I have not found an image with a clear view of these pins. I had missed one GND pin between the caps, this is now numbered as pin 23 in the images below.

!! A close up photo of the area where pins 5 - 15 are would help to confirm the colors I have half guessed. Close ups of the other pins would also be appreciated.

The results of my research so far:

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WHY have the wires been unplugged.
Only reason to do this is if it is Faulty.

The previous owner used the amp as a part of his home hifi setup. He had started a project to replace components (none was yet replaced) to reduce the baseline noise. This project never got finished before I purchased the amp. I'm now just returning the amp to its original state.
 
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