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My rca sta-3850 am/fm stereo receiver fuse blows out everytime i change it upon turning it on. What can i do to fix this problem

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I would like to purchase a Realistic STA-3850 AM/FM Stereo Receiver, anyone that would like to sell, please contact me at my email address: vfintd386@hotmail.com. Thank you-dave

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RCA STA 3850 stereo reciever keeps blowing output fuse


Check the audio output section circuit for shorted component/s. Your set need a through checkup. Contact any service technician. If output fuse blow up frequently, never connect it to any speaker system. The voice coil to the speaker will burn up. In fact, the speakers will be useless. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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How many amps is my RCA Sta 3850 am/fm stereo receiver and where would I find a fuse for it also what exactly could be making the fuse blow out?


I would like to purchase a Realistic STA-3850 AM/FM Stereo Receiver, anyone that would like to sell, please contact me at my email address: vfintd386@hotmail.com. Thank you-dave

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I have an Optimus STA-3500 Digital Synthesized AM/FM Stereo Receiver. If I buy an i-pod is there a place on the back of the receiver that it can be plugged into? If so, what kind of i-pod wire/cable...


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This could be anything but I would guess you probably have a short in the system.If you could give me more information I may be able to help you better.

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