If you're not really into DIY, I'd recommend getting it over to someone who could build you a new board after their receive it and match the parts directly. Building and installing a new board and wiring it correctly (exactly as the other boards) shouldn't be nearly as difficult as it is to debug, fix and rewire that one. When things like this happen, you'll save yourself a HUGE headache by replacing the board, at about $100 in parts than trying to mess with it. Hope the fix goes well and the amp is back to what it should look like.
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11/5/13 at 3:02pm