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KEEPS BLOWING SOUND FUSE

I have a rotel 1412 amp and keeps blowing the sound fuses

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  • elmocvel Jan 15, 2009

    hi. iwas referring to the speaker protection fuses. thanks

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When you refer to the "sound fuses" are you referring to the speaker protection fuses or the power supply fuses?

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Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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