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RCA receiver model RV 3791F

Hi I need help i replaced my fuses after they blew and now everytime i turn my receiver on they blow i know there the right ones because i took my receiver to the store and asked them which ones it took. i already bought 3 pairs of them and they still blow everytime it turns on

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Never ever replace a fuse with a bigger one, you are lucky the unit did not blow up and statrt a fire. When a fuse blows there is usually a reason.There is a short in the main power supply or the output stage. You will need to test for shorts on the main transformer, B+ rectifiers and the main filter capacitors. If that does not show any shorts, you will need to test the audio output circuits for shorts on the audio output IC's. Good Luck

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Check for a shorted horizontal output transistor.

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SOURCE: my RCA 7.1 receiver keep

Check your sprks make sure the imp. is correct and your not overloaded with spkrs per channel, lower volm and if all checks out you will have to get the unit in for service

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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