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Old 2nd December 2007, 05:40 AM   #1
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Default A&R Cambridge A60 help

Have replaced blown output transistors, placed 15R resistors across rail fuses as per service manual but the quiescent current is far too high.
Seems the culprit is still there...
Anyone wanna take alook at the schematic and give me some pointers?

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Steve.
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