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May be a fuse inside blown , if it makes a loud pop that can take out a fuse, If you find one blown , replace with same type and try machine .Dont replace with higher rated fuse though , if it keeps blowing. Try using headphones and if you get sound , may be speakers. pete
Sounds like you have a power supply problem in the amp. I am assuming the fuse you are replacing is intergraterd into the AC connection. You need to dig deeper. If you are not an electronics person you will need a tech.
Fuses almost never go bad something causes them to blow. Even when a blown fuse is found in electronics just t replacing it can cause more damage if something caused it to blow, a repair person looks for bad parts before replacing a fuse. Only microwaves are known to blow fuses and replacing the fuse fixes it. About the only thing that people can do is unplug a short time and try it again. And need i say is the power outlet ok.
You can try replacing it with any 10 amp fuse just to see what happens. If a new fuse keeps blowing out then you have a shorted power amplifier inside(they consist of transistor or a single chip). These device look normal most of the time short out with any visual indication. If you desolder the power amp chips(they are mounted against an aluminum heat sink to dissipate heat) and the fuse quit blowing then it is the problem.
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.
You could be having problems with just that outlet It might not be able to handle that much electricity. Try the system on a different outlet. If it still doesn't work, try the system on an outlet on a different fuse. On an overloaded fuse something as simple as curling iron can blow a fuse. If none of these work then it's probably a power supply issue. If the power supply isn't grounding right, this could be causing the system to overload and blow a fuse. The only way to fix this would be to replace the power supply; however, this might not be practical or possible. I would suggest simply buying a new system, but if you're up to it go ahead and try to get a new power supply.