I connected my speakers after a year of lying in storage and they do not turn on. I opened them up and the fuse was blown. I attached a new fuse but that did not solve the problem. I cannot think of anything else to make it work. Any help as to what to do or where in London I can give it for repairs or something would be much appreciated.
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If you have an extra speaker lying around you could wire it in by unplugging one speaker and seeing if it works. You have a fuse on passenger side fuse box for the amplifier. Check to see if its blown. A thumbs up would be greatly appreciated if this answer is helpful to you.
Hi, Yes I have had these for many years. Work great. However there is a resistor that has been known to fry. Due to the connector plug (which is a flaky round pin connection.) arcing and once that happens it. You get current overloads, hence fuse blows. Unfortunately parts are scarce and not label easily to get replacements. So I just bought new
Could be anythings wrong with it,must hire a tv Tech.to troubleshoot and repair.Because doesn't know the causes and the problems was in storage 5 years ago.Tries check all cales wires plugs in connections are tightly connected and no loose connections wires on those PCB boards,might help make the tv it work again.
I had the same problem although not in storage but it just lost power to the console. It turns out that when I press down on the cable connecting the sub woofer and console, at the back of the sub woofer, I temporarily get power to the console. I did that for long enough to eject my DVD's and then opened the back of the sub woofer to fix it and cracked the board and broke it forever.
check all your fuses you could have blown one
some radios have fuse in rear of radio near connectors also
or you could have dammaged radio &-or other electrical components be careful !!!
some radios have protected speaker cuircuts that turn off when short is detected - reset radio with speakers disconnected or connected back to working order
some radios have terminal pin locations stcker on side of radio or stamped on it if not sure where wires go to what terminals.