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 Changing amp valves? 
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Superhero

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Post Changing amp valves?
Is it just a case of pulling out the old ones and putting the new? Or will I get electrocuted if I jump right in and do that?


Sun Jun 13, 2004 3:59 am
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is evil...Evil Joe
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just pull them out, but make sure the power is OFF, man. haha Dont wanna get burned or electrocuted


Sun Jun 13, 2004 4:26 am
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Its that simple?

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Sun Jun 13, 2004 4:36 am
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The amp being off is KEY! Just be really careful when taking them out and putting them in. If you're amp is newer, you shouldn't have to get it rebiased, as long as their a matched pair.

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i used to work at dell doing phone support for their optiplex machines. You first tell them to make sure the computer is off. believe it or not, some people dont know that Green light on front of the case means the machine is still ON. then when you have them inside about to pull out the video card they ask why a fan is spinning on it? ............


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