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Jvc compact stereo system model ca-fss57

The unit was working just fine then was packaged up in it original box and stored for a month or so while we moved. plug it in and it just keeps popping a fuse that is labeled F1000. its not the wall power i checked it in another house on the other side of city and same thing. it is a 2.5 amp 125v fuse. i have tried plugging in the unit with the transformer unplugged and the fuse does not blow, in fact a relay clicks and the unit wants to power up but wont because of missing voltages i assume. i replug transformer and as soon as i plug into wall power zap its done. i guess what i need to know is what voltage should be comming out of the transformer,it is a white and orange wire or maybe there could be another solution that you the expert may have and or another path to go down...i am kinda stuck without having a repair manual

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