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Panasonic DMR-EZ48V keeps blowing fuses.


I don';t like to replace fuses with the power on. the fuse is meant to protect valuable parts; this error mode indicates a probable fault internnaly. NEEDS to be serviced.

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We have a blown fuse in our car charger for our durabrand 9" portable dvd player. We are in a small town, no radio shack here. Walmart does not have a fuse to replace our blown one.


Try temporarily overwiring the blown with fuse wire (3A or 5A)

If it blows again then your player is faulty and will require professional attention

Replacement fuses can normally be purchased from Ebay or a specialist Electronic Store (Radio Shack , Maplins etc)

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The fuse in the power cord has been failing. We've been trying a 0.315amp fuse which keeps blowing. what size fuse should we use?


Well, if it keeps blowing, and it blew out the original, then its trying to tell you that somethings wrong. I would say that you need to replace the main transformer in your power adapter, but it would be waaaay easier to just get a new one.
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The fuse size shouldn't matter with the low voltage problem you are describing..Fuse size should be 10A fast blow(AGC). Verify that you have a good 12v power source feeding your unit...your dimming problem is voltage related.

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and with a magnifing glass
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try using a 3a or high fuse

You can buy a new car adapter by clicking on the hyperlink:
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