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My jvc Th-c50 dvd player keeps blowing fuses. so i was wondering if there is a another fuse that i need to replace? My sub also goes mute after a awhile. could this problem be related??

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Not sure about all of that but i was having problems with the fuse too. but i was t rying to replace the original ceramic fuse with a glass one and it wasnt working. so i called JVC and spent some time with them on the phone and finally found the part number for the ceramic fuse QMFZ059-1R0-E they are $8 after shipping if you want to try that. hope it works for you.

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