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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Z-5300 blown fuse
When fuses blow theres a problem, now how it blows help you find out where the problem is, If the fuse flashes and turns black the second you turn it on or plug it in there is a massive short in the power supply, If it blows but is clear the surge was not a dead short but a overload, Either way best to run it down to the shop and get it looked at
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
SOURCE: always blows fuses
I would get a volt/ohm/continuity meter to test the connections. You have a short somewhere. You can take it Car Auto or Tweeter and they can check it for you. Some of these places charge a $35.00 diagnostic fee. If you have a schematic diagram, you can test where the short might be.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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