Question about Kenwood SW36HT Subwoofer
I have checked all the fuses with a VOM and they are all good, Both of the 1A and the 3A slowblow on the power-up circuit board. Nothing is burnt and Ican't see any broken or cold solder joints. I can't even hear the relays click. i do have power at the switch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The reason the fuse blew again is that an overload has occured. It could be a faulty part in either the power supply section, or the amp section. Follow the curcuit from the fuse, be on the look out for damaged, burnt parts, suspect anything on a heat sink.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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