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Kenwood KA-880D Amp keeps blowing the 6v 250w fuse

Where do I start to figure out why. Is there a short somewhere?

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    When the fuse blew on my Kenwood KA-880 one of the TA2040 output modules was shorted.

  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    I also had a shorted TA2040 in my Ka-880 blowing the fuse. It costs $76.95 at Tigerdirect so instead I got a 100 watt Sherwood receiver at Radio Shack for $100.

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Please check the VDR in primary supply side.its directly connect to bouth N&Live wire connections of supply.
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