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 Resistors inside of Directed D600 Amp?

Hi all, I'm pretty new here, but I hope yall can still help a guy out. Recently, my friend gave me his old Directed D600 600Watt amp, and he said it didnt work. After opening it and checking everything, I see why it won't. 6 small resistors are totally fried, and 3 block resistors are cracked pretty bad. Clearly, he just pushed this too hard, or it over heated. If anyone else has this amp, would they mind telling me the types of resistors that are labeled for: R22, R21, R32, R12, R31 and R11? You can just tell me the color code. Thanks, Spencer PS: You can see a picture of the damage here: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/sgOKqgRBHEm5NfkQidj5KGyxUVs3k2qsy7uRfIedArc?feat=directlink

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you mean 3 transistors right? They look pretty chewed up lol. http://www.elexp.com/tips/clr_code.gif This should help. Grabbing the right mosfets is going to be harder.

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I would contact the manufacturer and see if they can help. Or contact an amp repair shop. They might give you some tips.

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Part of the board is fried too. You might wanna have that looked at

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