Question about Teac A-H300 Amplifier
I've been told maybe the internal fuse has blown - could this be the problem or is there amore sinister reason for the sudden break down
Could be a fuse, or a connection from the power supply to the circuit board. Where is this installed? Has it taken any abuse? If it just sits idle and doesn't move, it could be a fuse, and it could be a circuit board. The biggest problem is it's TEAC...haha, just kidding.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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