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Velodyne F-1800 RII Subwoofer Fuse

The fuse in my Velodyne F-1800 RII Subwoofer keeps blowing when the power is turned on. Anyone else experience this problem? Before I replaced the fuse it was making a humming noise, then the fuse went out. Thanks

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I am having the same problem... call Velodyne... if you have the coke can thing with the pink stuff it can't be repaired.

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