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Blowing fuse I replaced the 4 amp fuse, but as soon as i hit the power button the fuse blows again. Any Ideas ?

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Check main filter capacitor, voltage regulator,diodes in bridge rectifier,HOT transistor, if everything ok, replace de transformer next to the fuse.

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Check for bad caps or diodes. Look for anything discolored or burned.

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