Question about JVC RX-E100 5-Channel Amplifier
After 9 days new my Primare I21 amplifier blew a channel (no sound from one speaker). The repairer said there was a blown fuse caused by shorting of the speaker wires. I find this hard to believe as i took great care to ensure this did not happen. The system was also switched off when I plugged in all my cables.
can this problem be caused by anything else? Could it be due something happening during the manufacturing process, faulty component/s? Could it have been cause by amp being dropped during transit (the retailer did mention that the box could have been dropped by the freight company.
I would be grateful for your advice please.
The only way this could happen is either the wires touching or a capacitor overheating and shorting out, Also hardly bumped or dropped would cause loose solder connections. Wich you should check eitherway
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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