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Proplem Plowen Fuse

I played to loud and fuse blowed,took all wire off -new fuse and the same.I
have a Yamaha RX-V2400 7.1 Channnel Receiver,have 9 Speaker and two
Sups hookt up.I am very happy with the 2400.Unit is 4 Jear old.
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Re: proplem Plowen Fuse

First, your device like earlier would function until a malfunction encounter however observe that each components that compliment functionality are within intactness; like theater system is not physically dislocated so for each component parts that would normally function;

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Re: proplem Plowen Fuse

If you've replaced the fuse and it blew again, you most likely have a blown Amp. And when an Amp goes other things can go with it as well.

Posted on Nov 19, 2007

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