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Teac ag-d9320 5.1 receiver fuse

I put in the new fuse by the power cord and it keeps blowing out. Thank you for your time. Matt R.

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Re: teac ag-d9320 5.1 receiver fuse

Make sure the fuse you put in matches the power requirement of the device you're installing the fuse into, putting a fuse that does not handle the current will cause this, but do not overshoot as this may fry your device - it must match. If you know it's matched, then the device you're installing the fuse into may be faulty in such a way that it is drawing the wrong amount of power. This can be due to the power supply on the unit.

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I changed the diodos from power supply.
I thought that help you offered
was free,but I forget that nothing here is free.
Thank you anyway

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