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I used to have one. It died and the cause was a bunch of the electrolytic capacitors in the audio output leaked and one caused a short. SO I shotgunned all the lytics in that audio output board that are across the plus and minus 5 Volts. Thinking I had many more years of service but shortly thereafter, the famous plastic gear in the CD mechanism shed it's teeth and no one has any except maybe Krell who quoted me 900$ to fix it. Sold it to an Asian ebay as is. I must say I also sold the matching amp and got a whole different matching system. Good luck with that. Maybe with 3D printing nowadays someone could replicate the gear.