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SOURCE: My Sony model SS-MSP1 , SA-WMSP1 , AC120V , 60HZ ,

If it hums on the audio side on all channels it might be the 60hz mains hum getting through. This is caused by the failure of the large Electrolytic capacitors in the power supply.
Another cause of hum (not in the audio) is the transformer. Also parts that hum should be replaced. If you can't pin down a huming part IE where it is. Then use a drinking straw as a stethoscope, by putting one end in your ear and the other over the PC board.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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My Sony model SS-MSP1 , SA-WMSP1 , AC120V , 60HZ , 50W hums.


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Another cause of hum (not in the audio) is the transformer. Also parts that hum should be replaced. If you can't pin down a huming part IE where it is. Then use a drinking straw as a stethoscope, by putting one end in your ear and the other over the PC board.

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The required fuse is 1.6 A / 125V an is blown, I wen to radio shack and bought a 1.6A/250V and it has blown 2 already, what can I do or check to fix it? This is a Sony Sub-woofer model sa-wmsp1.


Hi,
If power transformer T1 got shorted or its output voltage got shorted for some reason, fuse will blow in Sony SA-WMSP1 active subwoofer.
Check power transformer, D401 bridge rectifiers and IC301 power amplifier out chip. Any of them is bad.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

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