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    Pictures for circuit bards Dynaco Stereo 80 tube Panor

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    rdelong1

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    Post by rdelong1 on Fri Aug 21, 2020 10:46 pm

    I am new here but have owned Dynaco equip for decades. I have a Panor Stereo 80 tube amp. It developed a short circuit and burned one ot the circuit boards. My fixer needs a picture of the circuit board to either make a new one or maybe there are parts available. I le the amp and want it back in operation. Thanks I can send pics of the board. I believe it is the power supply. It is in the shop as I write this.
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    stewdan

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    Post by stewdan on Fri Aug 28, 2020 4:00 pm

    Hi rdelong1 --- you might get more feedback if you moved your appeal for pictures out of the pictures area and into the Forum's Basket where there is major discussion of questions or problems.

    For what it is worth, there are schematics but no pictures of the boards in the Owners/User Manual for the Panor ST-80.

    If you need the manual one is available at the following URL:

    www.brainfartz.com/images/Stereo Stuff/dynaco/dynaco-st80-manual.pdf

    note the blank space between Stereo and Stuff!!!


    There is also other stuff on-line ..... do a GOOGLE search on "dynaco Panor st-80"
    I found schematics and pictures of the exterior of your amp, but no picture of the interior circuit boards.  
    (BUT THEY MIGHT BE BURIED SOMEWHERE BELOW WHERE I LOOKED)

    Hope this helps,
    Stew

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