Question about Sharp CD-BA300 CD Shelf System
I have been blowing alot of fuses and then one day i was playing music and it turned off and said protect. well i turned it back on and my bass is not woking and all my fuses are good. idk wha is wrong. I need help.
Fuses blow when there's an overload. These are often caused by the power transistors or in some models a Power IC, both of which can be found on the large heatsink. You will find that this time one of these has developed a fault that doesn't blow a fuse. You should be aware that the biggest cause of these problems is faulty wiring or a faulty speaker or in some cases the wrong type speakers being used. Incorrect ohms, say 4ohm speakers fitted when they should be 8ohms is another cause.
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