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    Posted: 05 October 2009 at 10:50am
Hello. I am obout to buy a outline t6.5 amp ,basicaly a powersoft digam 7000 amp. I need a service manual or some schematics of the amp especialy of the power suply module. All fuses are ok but the amp is dead. Cry     Thx in advanced
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I tried to fix it, but without schematics, I can't do anything.
 
The amp is very dirty inside, I checked all fuses, are OK, also Mosfets, and diodes from powersupply part of SMPS and PFC, are OK...
 
After bridge rectifier I have 310 volts, it looks the command part of smps , doesn't work.
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I think the schematics are in the back of the manual for the digam 7000 are they not?
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Write the address and I will send the scheme
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Thx verry much Basil  my adress is:    noobsound@yahoo.com
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Hello,

Switch on and see if you have +18V at your mainswitch and GND. If not, double check the 100mA fuse and the small transformer near the fan. See also if you have +15V at the 7815 Regulator. Had some troubles with the standby supply.

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Hello Basil
Also you can send them to my
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Me too please...
 
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Hello...

Me too please... For powersoft digam7000 service manual Wink

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All interested persons can take the scheme                 noobsound@yahoo.com
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Hello Noob...
 
I've repaired almost a dozen of this power amps that fractured the cooper trace closer to the Logic Circuit transformer's contacts, which has nothing to keep it tighten to the PS board but its own contact legs. Remove it and you'll probably find immediately the cracked cooper trace below its footprint.
 
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I.m on charge to rapair it, can U put some pictures of that zone?
The amp is purely dead!
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