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I have a CROWN CE-1000 amplifier, I have my serious doubt about it can´t be repaired as a friend told me, Where may I find out a complete schematic for this amp. model. For sure, I will need a transistor and may be a couple components more. I´ll appreciate any help. Alvaro Perez

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SOURCE: i need the schematic for the crown amplifier

These are available for purchase from Crown. Generally they are not available on the web. Is there a specific problem that you are having?


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