Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There are 9 fuse in your supply circuit, can you please clarify which fuses were blown. It's possible that there is a shorted caps or other component that causing your supply (can be at AC or DC) to be pulled down to gnd which keep your fuses from blowing all over again. Also, please check that you voltage selector is in the required supply (ie. if your supply is 120AC your voltage selector should be pointing at 120V). To check for a shorted components you will need and ohmmeter, you can check all the neighboring caps and resister. Ensure that you are unplugged when doing this.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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