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Cambridge Audio Azur 851A dead

Discussion in 'Audio' started by sean5302, Sep 9, 2020.

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  1. sean5302


    Sep 9, 2020
    Please help me guys.
    I have a Cambridge Audio Azur 851A amp that is dead.
    I've taken the casings off to see if there's anything obvious. There isn't.
    I wanted to check fuses, mosfets and capacitors but it's very hard without removing everything first. I see I need a hot air gun because I'm attempting this with a soldering iron.
    I have no schematics or diagrams and Cambridge Audio (Richer Sounds, really) refuse to supply anything.
    Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated, please.
    All the repair shops seem to be closed down, owners retired etc. Nobody seems to fix things anymore. This was a £1400 amp and I live in Yorkshire. I can deliver it anywhere but I'd like to fix it.
    I have a Philips oscilloscope, a capacitance meter and a multimeter.
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