I have an Arcam Alpha 6+ amplifier. Yesterday I managed to blow the right channel by accidentally shorting the left and right outputs together (blue flash followed by silence from the right channel). The left channel seems fine but the right channel does nothing. (I've checked the speakers themselves and they are fine.) I am no electronics expert. Am I likely to be able to get this amp repaired (relatively inexpensively & quickly), e.g. has it probably just blown a single component which can be readily replaced, or should I just chuck the whole amp in the bin and get a new one? And if you think it can be repaired, what's the best way of getting it done? Thanks!