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This question is pretty bad because down regulation of calcium channels in PREsynaptic neurons would result in LESS ACh release onto the motor-end plate, which would cause down signaling and impaired excitation-extraction coupling of muscle. This is because that mechanism needs depolarization and release of calcium to work.
I guess you just can't overthink it lol.