I would contact Bryston directly. Your dealer is feeding you baloney.
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Sorry that your amp went up in smoke. However your dealer's explanation is a punch of bull-crap. Regardless, of what caused the malfunction call Bryston, as Raquel suggested, they are a great company and will address your problem. As far as your dealer, I know I would not be a patron of his store anymore if this is how he handled this difficulty. CALL BRYSTON-forget about the dealer.
You're getting great advice. Contact Bryston directly.
I sent in my BP-20 preamp earlier in the year for what turned out to be a problem with an upstream component. Bryston tuned up the 11 year old preamp with a couple of new connectors on the back and replaced a slightly sticky power switch. The thing is like brand new.
I have a feeling they'll get you fixed up.
An update and public acknowledgement of Bryston's superb service and customer care are in order.I received the repaired 14BSST on July 21, 2005. Bryston despatched all the parts free to their New Delhi(India)distributor, who charged me the equivalent of USD 225 !!
Most important the amp seems to be working fine though a little on the bright side. Is there a break in period for the new transistors?
Once again many thanks for your comfort and support.