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Akai 1150 keeps blowing 5 amp fuses

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SOURCE: My amp has lost sound in one channel.I need a circuit diagram.

No you don't really. The good channel will tell you everything about the bad channel as it should be the same. For instance you can measure voltages and compare them and if you prod the good channel and get a loud buzz at various stages. Then you should also get the same results with the bad one. Work backwords from the speaker terminals. Buzz on good Buzz on bad section is working. Buzz on good nothing on bad. Faulty stage. It's not likely to be the power supply as that would affect the other channel.

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: the two 5 amp fuse inside the amplifier keeps blowing

Hi,

That must be the inrush current.
Maybe you are using the wrong fuses.
Please check if those are fast or slow types.
You need slow types.

Good luck,
Gerard

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Akai AM-U1 blows fuses 1 & 2, 2.5A, transformer to

hi,
If you are from USA then You have to use F1 and F2 3.5A/125V fuse instead of 2.5A.
and F3 and F4 3A/250V. This will solve the problem of blowing fuse when cold start.

If you you can give your email address then i will sent you the Service manual.
OK

Posted on Sep 22, 2011

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