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If you willing to live with it, bear in mind one day that channel will stop functioning when you least expect it. Since you have already explored inside of the unit, try getting your hands on the Service Manual. With the Service Manual and Multi-meter, you will be able to determine the value of various components on the problematic channel. You could could also compare the faulty channel with a non-faulty channel to determine where the values are off on the faulty channel using a Multi-meter. 

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Originally posted by cravings cravings wrote:

yeah i had a look at that.. it's a little smd thing which i'm not so good with. and the xilica is all smd really. not for me to be meddling with.

ah i'll live with them. presuming they keep working otherwise.

Yes, smd's are the bane of hobbyists - and people with bad eyes! I also hate the modern boards crammed with components you can hardly see!  LOL

Edited by Earplug - 12 March 2022 at 4:22pm
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