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[ ]TEAC GSA-5300 stereo integrated amplifier
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[ ]repair
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[ ]Reflowing solder joints
Title
[ ]Reflowing solder joints on a TEAC GSA-5300 stereo integrated amplifier
Introduction
[ ]As this amplifier is almost 40 odd years old, the solder joints on the left bank, speaker wire terminal block, have cracked and now require the solder joints to be reflowed. This is a very common problem on old amplifiers.
Time Required Min
30 minutes
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30 minutes
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[ ]To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
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Summary
[ ]Reflowing the solder joints on the left bank, speaker wire terminal block, due to cracking.

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