auditude at gmail.com
Sat Nov 22 18:29:55 PST 2008
Thanks, Derek. I just stumbled on the link you mentioned and posted it. I
knew there had to be something out there. I'm just roughly 6 years late to
the 200q20v thread. =)
On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:19 PM, Derek Pulvino <dbpulvino at hotmail.com>wrote:
> As I recall, it's capacitors gone to pot. I'm sure someone will send you a
> link on here, but I know way back when Brett put together a "do-it yourself"
> set of instructions. I don't recall the link and no longer have any of my
> records. Generally, the fix is removing and replacing five or so capacitors
> from the amplifier boards. The instructions give the capacitors, values,
> locations, back-story, etc.
> If you're moderately handy with a soldering iron and have some time, find
> those instructions, get yourself a digikey catalog, order the parts, and
> have at it. Probably 10 to 20 bucks in parts tops to fix both.
> Derek P
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