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Why cant you find a simple circuit board when i have all the numbers and parts information! Its a R&D by CJH #02-01633-01 can you help?

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  • David Dunn
    David Dunn Jul 10, 2011

    Do you think we have access to superior search engines that are unavailable to you? The only Google hit for your information is your post. Feel free to research it yourself.

  • Anonymous Jul 11, 2011

    nice job and thanks for the usefull info. its almost as if you had infinate knowledge or could help. why did you post your waste of typing and useless garbage if you cant help dont act as if you can

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Other than its a power board for a KLM 10" powered subwoofer board I can't really help you. I have been looking for a schematic for it for months. I am looking for were the black wire connects from the selector board to the power board. I guess a photo of it would work for me, it connects the base of q1 to the other board.

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  • Orlando
    Orlando Jan 02, 2017

    It connects to Subwoofer's negative or black wire

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2018

    Looks like it is (poorly) soldered to the leg of ZD4 on the CJH 02-01633-01 PCBA. Image Attached.

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