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Parasound dr 25 receiver

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I have a parasound dr 25 receiver with a fuse blowing problem. No smoke was released so I don't think much is wrong. There is a shorted/leaky 1500 mf@35v cap but a new one does not help. I need a schematic to help examine the power supply section. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks very much.

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