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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Steve Mackie, Aug 11, 2003.

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  1. Steve Mackie

    Steve Mackie Guest

    Anyone have any tips on finding a schematic? I have an NEC AUA-7000E
    amplifier that needs repair. The only info I have on the amp is the model
    number and CSA file number. The CSA website doesn't have a listing for this
    file number, and there is no FCC ID.

    Can anyone help?

  2. Sofie

    Sofie Guest

    Steve Mackie:
    Most of the techs on this newsgroup, most of the time, fix this stuff
    WITHOUT hard to find and expensive schematics. The good news is that on
    stereo equipment there is a redundant channel with identical circuitry and
    usually the same failure does not happen to both channels at the same time
    so you have a good basis of comparison for troubleshooting purposes....
    Post your technical troubleshooting results, DMM voltage readings and
    component test results, visual observations, symptoms, etc.... the more
    detailed the information you provide and the more technical it is, the
    better and more specific will be the repair suggestions you get.
  3. Steve Mackie

    Steve Mackie Guest

    Cool, let me gather some info and I'll post under "NEC Amplifier Repair."

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