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Need Service guide or schematic of system

Took out the fuses without making sure I noted where each one went back. Need to know which fuse goes where.

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  • stacky55 Feb 10, 2009

    Thanks to John for this answer. Jadre had already discovered the printed values of the fuses on the circuit boards. He had a little problem until he realized that the board was used for three models and they used different fuses in different places. He figured out which line went to each model. His problem is that he can't resist TV's, stereos, any electronics deserted on the curb and he has a pretty good record of bringing them back to life. This time he had pulled fuses from several things and several places in some of them and didn't mark which fuse came from where. Next question -- where do you find SB fuses? He can find most of the right sizes at Radio Shack but they are often FA instead of SB.

  • stacky55 Feb 11, 2009

    Thanks for the suggestion, although I could not find the fuses I wanted.

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I do not have a manual, but check on the board and inside chassis for a sticker that should tell you the fuse value and location. 99% of the time it's in there. The fuse itself will also be marked with its value

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