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Avlex 2460B PAHS Amplifier what kind of fuse is needed

Need to replace the fuse on the Avlex 2460B PAHS Amplifier.

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The same fuse you took out of it,

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You need 20A fuses times two!

Here is a manual for the amp just incase you need more information.

http://www.lanzar.com/manuals/VIBE226-236-246-256-266-276-286-416-426-436.pdf

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One set of B speaker outputs not working


What kind of amplifier are you working with? I need more information to make an educated guess at your problem. Here is a basic list.

Make sure that when you are changing cables around that the system is powered off. I can't stress that enough. If you ever open your amplifier make sure that it is unplugged first. There is enough stored and live energy within a amplifier that it can KILL YOU... Be careful and don't touch anything if you don't know what your doing.
Make sure the power is turned off before you attempt any of these.

(1) Check your speaker wires and make sure they are correctly attached.
(2) Swap the B wires with the A wires checking to see if it could possibly be your speakers.
(3) With the power off and the unit unplugged check the internal fuses. Most good amplifiers have at least 3 slow blow fuses. One main and one for the A and B channels. That does not take into account all of the other fuses that can be located on the individual PCB boards that make up your stereo.
(4) If it is a fuse you can replace it but if a fuse is blown it is usually an indicator of more serious problems.
(5) Take it to a professional and have it fixed or just simply replace the unit if it not worth saving.
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I need to know what amp fuse i need for my yamaha htr5840 receiver. i pulled out the blown one, but it only says 125 v. it does not tell me the amps.


The power consumpyion for yor amplifier is 350W / 440VA and the 2 switched AC outlets at the back panel can handle up to 100W, totally 450W. I suggest you to use a 5A / 110V fuse and in case burn down use an 6A / 110V fuse. DON'T INCREASE these values, you may damage the amplifier.

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You need to have the receiver serviced. The fuse is blowing because some part in the power supply or amplifier section has failed. A service technician will need to troubleshoot the unit to determine what parts need to be replaced.

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The remote turn-on wire for an amplifier connects to a switched power source. If the head unit has a power antenna lead, or amp control lead, use it. If not, the remote lead can go to a power source that is switched with the ignition key. No matter the source, you need to fuse the wire with a 1 amp fuse at the point where you connect to the power source.

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