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Old 2nd April 2020, 07:48 PM   #2251
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Ok, so I tried to build an stereo amp based on Peters kit and unfortunately I'm afraid that for whatever reason I have fried one of my chips, One of the channels went up in smoke for whatever reason and the smell and the sparks came from the chip. I have no idea if I can source another chip, but I would be interested to know if anybody would make an educated guess as to what went wrong:


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On the back one can see the 3 black coloured pins of the chip



Thank you,
Stefan

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