Question about Paradigm PS 1200 Speaker
I'm repairing a Paradigm Subwoofer PS-1000. I found that transistor T21 is shorted. Nothing identifyable on the transistor itself. I need to know what it is so I can finish repairs. I would appreciate any help since I can't get a service manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PAradigm ps-1000 subwoofer
It turns out its most likely one of the resistors on the PCB on the amplifier plate.
My uncle has had the same problem and managed to replace the resistor and its working as normal now.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
Disconnect the power, pull the amplifier out by undoing the screws that hold it in.
When you pull it out, look closely towards the top there is a little 1.8A fuse. It probably has blown.
Replace that and you should be back in business.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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