Question about Logitech Z-5300 Computer Speakers
My system is a year and a half old. One day, by mistake I flicked the switch off with my foot. When I tried to turn it back on, it only got on for 2-3 seconds, then the red light faded away. I thought it was the fuse. I've put a new fuse, a 3amp and it blew the fuse once again. But this time the fuse was all black, not like the original, the original was yellow and it looked like it wasn't good anymore. I would like to know if my system is damaged for good, or if I still have a chance to save it. I tought maybe it was the fuse that was not strong enough. I would like to know what fuse this system needs, cause im pretty shure the old one was a 3amp. If it's not the fuse can you help me? thanks! J.P
Go to Logitech support and check the faq's on your speakers. You must replace with the same fuse and it may be a 3amp slow blow fuse. If so replace with the same fuse or you will just keep blowing them out.
Posted on Jan 16, 2007
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