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TEAC DIGITAL HOME RECEIVER AGD 8900 AV

TEAC DIGITAL HOME RECEIVER AGD8900 AV.
Which is the problem???

Hi Dear:I have my Digital Home Receiver AGD8900 Av and its
has the fuse 8 amp,250 volts burnt and I want to know which is the
problem,I did all changes and the problem still there (when put the fuse
and I powerered,its burn again) Please Help Me.
Teac AGD8900 Av Digital Home Theather Receiver
Which is the problem????
Thank you so much in advance

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