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AX-TU1000C help | Parts needed

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Hi there, I am trying to locate a part for my AX-TU1000c.

I got it used and the 4700uf caps were bad, one was detached from the board.

Also the pin headers were cracked on the tube board.

I recapped most of it and replaced the pin headers but I need a couple parts.

The previous owner busted a speaker block and tried to solder it together.

I'd like to replace this but its very hard to find this part.

Does anyone have any idea where I can find this PCB Barrier Terminal Block? (other than buying a parts amp)

I could use a rca PCB Mount A/V Concentric Outlet too.

I did test the amp removed from the heatsink and it is working after the recap but I'd like to replace that barrier terminal.


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Someone must have heard me.

I found an amp with the same terminal.

Sorry clarion but you're worth more dead than alive.











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I don't have any amp parts, but it wouldn't hurt to contact an amp repair facility.

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14 hours ago, Cartel said:

Is it still possible to contact Greg Carolus?

I don't think he is with US Amps anymore.  US Amps was bought and, then they bought RE Audio.  I believe nothing is sold under the US Amps name anymore, and Dirk might have moved on.

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