Question about Koss KS2503 System
I was listening to the radio at low volume when it shut off and wouldnt turn back on. was throwing it out, took top off to retrieve a cd and noticed a fuse had blown. replaced it, plugged it in and the new one blew instantly.
Usually a fuse blowing immediately means there is a short in the amp somewhere.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blew a fuse.
It is likely a short somewhere BEFORE the fuse, not the fuse itself. Follow the signal chain if possible and test connections before this. If that is not in your realm of expertise to do hands on, let the repair shop you bring it to know that there is a missing capacitor or short somewhere before "this fuse." Problem solved! Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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