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JBL SUB ACR10 SUBWOOFER

BLOWS 0.62 SB FUSE INSTANTLY, COULD IT BE 1 OR BOTH OF THE 3300UF @5OV CAPS GONE BAD?

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I would suggest to check the rectifiers first, very unlikely that the capacitors became shorted.

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