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Main fuse keeps blowing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What fuse are you blowing? A fuse in the amp itself, or the fuse in your main fuse box for the house?
If it's the one in the amp, check the speaker wires for shorts, and if thats not it, then it is bad news as stated above.
If it's youre home fuse thats tripping, then you need to consult an electrician to give you another ciruit for your setup. Possible the TV is draining a lot of power.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: Peavey 1200 Amplifier
Some of the outputs transistors is bad hence causing a bridge in circuit,thats why the fuse is blowing.Check all the outputs transistors on both channels,rectifiers and zena diodes these are the possible causes of circuit bridge when they are faulty.The fan works on AC thats why it is not affected even when the fuse is blown.Please if you have anymore challenge please send me a mail on email@example.com
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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