musical marv said:
Go to a website called I Fix It.
If you think that an inexperienced person can fix a blown up power amp with directions from "I fix it,"
you are dreaming for sure. Don't even believe it for a second.
Fixing these types of problems requires years of experience, test equipment, soldering equipment, and all the knowledge to operate it.
I have all the equipment, and it would take me several hours, and plenty of research, parts, etc...