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Fix for overheated Kustom KPM 7250 PA amp

Our Kustom KPM 7250 PA amp overheated because we inadvertently covered the open air vent on top of the amp. Now it is not working. Do we just put in a new fuse or will this be a more complicated fix?

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You can start by trying a new fuse, use the correct fuse for your amp. If the fuse is blown, you can look at it and see the middle is burnt connecting the two sides.

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

  • justinryan11 Nov 25, 2010

    Please define where the "fuse" is. I have the same issue and really need to find the part I need to replace. Pictures possibly?? PLEASE let me know.

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