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Old 28th Sep 2020, 7:41 pm   #8
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Default Re: Sonos 1 speaker

Fair point, but what I meant was that it would be easy in the way that you wouldn't need any fault finding skills.

So I just pulled one out of a scrapper and you would actually have to remove each transistor from the module board to cut its screen lead, due to there being no clearance beneath them. Most people replace the transistors with different types, but just removing the screens should do the trick in most cases. If there's plenty of white noise, then it's likely to be one or all of the AF117s.

Its easy if you've got good practical skills is what I should have said - you'll need a solder sucker as well as an iron.

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