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HR824-MK2 no power not powering up

I don't know what it could be, one it just would not power up! I have replaced the internal fuse, which had blown. Other than that I don't know what it could be? Please help!

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SOURCE: srm350 active-2 internal fuses on pcb-one had

Either a short in the power supply such as diode(s), capacitor, or transistor(s) or in the power amp. It will require service. Replacing the fuse before repair will likely damage more components... don't do it!

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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