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 HEAD UNIT TROUBLE (INTERNAL)

So i have a Kenwood dpx503 double din head unit and it keeps saying protect. I know it goes into protect mode when theres a short ect.... i unhooked the speaker wires and just powered the unit by its self and it still went into protect mode even after resetting it. Now i was reading that if its not the speakers or anything else then its internal damage in the unit. i saw somewhere that if its internal then its the output transistor/s the only thing is i cant find those DAMN things any where. K A1046 Y107 is what it says on them. part number is A1046 or 2SA1046. I dont know the voltage or anything about these transistors so can some one tell me where i can find them or a replacement for it? Your help is greatly appreciated! Heres a pic of it. http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i286/hurricane46/jonss006.jpg

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Or does anyone know what the internal problem is?

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