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Mains fuse blows immediatly on power up on trace elliot commando 100W bass amplifier

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Hi, The most common cause of this is blown output transistors, assuming this is not a valve amp. 
At any rate, this is something you will want to have looked at by a tech.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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