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IF THE FUSE YOU ARE PLACING IS THE SAME TYPE AS THE ORIGINAL YOUR AMP HAS A PROBLEM WHAT YOU MUST DO IS TO SLIGHTY INCREASE FUSE BY 100 MAMPS PER TIME IF IT IS IN THE TRANSFORMER CIRCUIT YOU CAN INCRESE IT BY 2 AMP MAX IF IT IS IN THE MOSFETS CIRCUIT YOU CAN INCRESE IT BY A MAXIMUM OF 500MAMP LET ME KNOW THE RESULTS
When a fuse keeps blowing suspect an overload in either the power supply section or main amp part.
Look for burnt or damaged parts first.
The suspects in the power section are: transformer, diodes, rectifier, voltage stablizer, regulator.
In the Amp Section anything on the heat sink.
You have an overload in either the power supply section or Main amp section. Culprits in the power supply are the transformer, the Large Capacitors, rectifier, voltage regulator.
In the Main amp anything on the heat sink.
Look carefully for burnt or damaged parts. If there's more than one fuse, follow the path of the one that is blowing it might lead you to the suspect.
This usually happens when there is a problem with the main power supply and is relatively rare. If you can post the make and model, I can give you some things to check if you are somewhat familiar with electronics.