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I request a schematic diagram of crown power amp CE2000 2-Channel

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The surface mount ic= MC33079D , 14 pin quad low noise op amp is likely at fault, IF the amp is NOT showing a fault light. A LM324D surface mount will
also work in a pinch. It's located on the input pcb attached to the input jacks.

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