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From the distance it’s hard to sort out what the cause of the amps problem is.
Look for the service manual and start measuring the basic voltages comming from the power supply board.
Often the Beomaster 6000 came back to life when renewed the caps on this board, can happen, must not.
If this did not help it seems that you have to recap the complete amp including the poweramp section. There are new precise trimmers for the idle current and offset highly recommended.
I’m not shure what happens if you pull the plugs from the keyboard and try to switch on with your terminal remote, never tested this.
you should be a skilled hobbyist to perform these working on the amp, no work for “two left hands” ;-))