What i did was i stuck my hand in the port, screw driver in hand, used the blunt end of the screwdriver put it in the indent on the magnet on the back of the sub, positioned it so that the end of the screw driver was stickin out and smacked it with a hammer and it popped out, make sure u take the screws out of the front of the sub, and then take the insulation out of the box and do the same thing to th eboard just do it on theblack part of the amp not on the board
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The fuse is a 250volt 1.25 amp slow blo. First thing I would do is check C6 to see if it is bulge or blown - regardless replace it with a 10ufd 100volt Non-polarity capacitor. If the fuse blows again unplug the blue wires from the transformer and plug in unit to an outlet. If fuse does not blow then problem is on PC board. I have a service manual for this item. Probable causes on PC board are Filter Caps, Bridge rectifier (DBA), Amplifier module, or fragments of C6 even causing shorts on board if it had blown.
I have bought C6 from MCM Electronics for under .50 cents but you have to put shrink tube on one lead and bend it back along the body and solder both leads in the board.