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Yes there always is a main fuse but it depends actually on what exactly are you talking about.

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    JimL May 03, 2015

    The Power to unit went out while it was on. It will not power up again. I'm wondering if we blew a fuse. I can not find any advice on where to begin on finding/checking fuse in a Sony Receiver STR-DN2010

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Main Fuse Block
(see Figure 1)
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Fig. 1: Remove the fuse box cover, located in the engine compartment, to access the main fuses for the vehicle
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  3. If replacing a relay at the interior relay box, simply unplug the relay.
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Fig. 1: Typical fuse box and panel locations and configurations


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