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Old 04-14-2010, 07:34 PM
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Alright, so my I sold this amp to my friend (kicker 600.1) awhile back and he gave it back to me like this:

Is it possible to just replace that whole row and it work again, or is it permently screwed? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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just looks like some burnt mosfets, should be fixable
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Well, you can try replacing the fets, but there is no guarantee more than just those have gone bad.



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did you put that in the oven? I'm guessing it has some board damage as well looking like that
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just looks like some burnt mosfets, should be fixable
Thats what im hoping for
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Well, you can try replacing the fets, but there is no guarantee more than just those have gone bad.
Well looking around at it I dont see anything else burnt
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did you put that in the oven? I'm guessing it has some board damage as well looking like that
Well I looked at the back of it and the burn isnt all the way throughfor the most part, not sure if that matters?
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There is a lot more to it then just replacing the fets. There is a reason they burned up and if you dont know what caused it then just replacing the parts wont guarantee it will work. I would send it to a repair center to see what they say.
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There is a lot more to it then just replacing the fets. There is a reason they burned up and if you dont know what caused it then just replacing the parts wont guarantee it will work. I would send it to a repair center to see what they say.
Well I noticed when taking the amp apart, that the clip that holds all of them onto the heatsink was kind of loose. So im thinking maybe they came off the heatsink and thats what made them burn up like that?
And if you could send me a decent amp repair center I would appreciate it
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clip was probably over heated and came loose....

You gotta make sure you don't have a leaky output device, bad drivers, bad oscillator , some things you can't see them bad casue they burned in teh inside....
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