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Why does my fuse blow out when i turn the amp on?


sounds like you have a dead short internally and unless you find and fix it will continue to blow fuses .

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Do i have the right fuse


This speaker at full power draws average 1.3A at 230V and 2.5A at 120V. Mackie's recommended fuses are in line with this so your fuse is actually too high a rating. It is possible you are using cheap fast blow fuses or are over-driving the speaker (which should cause the fuse to blow) These speakers are only capable of 118db sustained (@1M) so cannot be expected to cope with anything but small venues or gentle music.

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Have a hartke lh1000 head . played about 5 total hours then blew the fuse. is this something i shoud be worried about?


If the fuse is correct ( check manual) it shouldn't blow under normal operation. Once in while a fuse will break internally and thus blow the fuse. look close at the blown fuse If it is a "violent" blow (totally black inside) then you have an overload condition. I would use an ohm meter to check the connection to the speakers. Usually it should be between 8 ohms and 4 ohms if the number is lower than 4 ohms your speakers or wiring are putting to much of a load on the amp. If the fuse was not a "violent" blown fuse then replace with a new fuse of the exact proper value. many amps use an MDL fuse that is a slow blow fuse and has much different in circuit function than a ACG fuse so use only the exact proper furse that the manufacture recomends. If the load (speaker and wiring) is correct and the fuse is correct and still blows then you have a component problem and the amp will need repair

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Fuse blown on Europower PMP 3000. Where can I find a 10 Amp 250 V ceramic replacement fuse?


You don't need to use a ceramic fuse if one's not available. You can also use a glass cartridge fuse as well. Just be sure the rating is the same. Be aware, though, that fuses seldom blow on their own. Usually it's because something else has shorted. So don't be surprised if replacing the fuse only results in another blown fuse. Behringer stuff is notoriously cheap and under-protected, so by the time the fuse blows it's usually more trouble than it's worth trying to fix. But maybe you'll be lucky and it will be something simple. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!

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Is there a fuse in this amp? is it replaceable without soldering?


Hi, blowing a fuse in an amplifier is a problem that most guitarists face at one time or another. If an amp won't turn on, or it turns on for a second, then makes a popping sound and turns off, the problem is usually a blown fuse. Though a blown fuse can be a hassle, especially during a performance, it does not have to put a stop to your musical enjoyment. With a spare fuse you can be back jamming to your favorite tunes in no time flat.

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Turn off the amplifier and unplug it from the wall.

Locate the fuse, which is usually found at the back of the amp. The fuse will look like a small black wheel sticking out of the amp with a number and the letter V next to it. For example, 9V.

Gently turn the fuse counter-clockwise to remove it from the amp.

Discard the old fuse.

Insert the new fuse into the empty fuse slot and turn it clockwise until it is firmly in place.

Plug in the amplifier; make sure the power switch is in the off position.

Turn the amplifier on to make sure the new fuse is working properly.



Hope it helped..

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I have a Kustom KPM 4100 amp head that's cutting out. It works OK for 5-10 mins then crak snap crakle then nothing. After a cooling off period I can repeat the process. I have pulled the power amp and...


Have you tried connecting a single speaker to each output and cutting the volume down to see if you have a load or impedance problem? The amp may be perfectly fine except it's trying to play to a 2 ohm or less load :-)

Carl

Mar 16, 2011 | Kustom KPM4100 PA Amplifier/Mixer

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Hello...I am an owner of the Fender Passport PD-500 Sound System


Replace the fuse only once. If it blows right away, then servicing is required as continued replacement will likely damage more inside.

Most of thes have a fuse holder that is a part of the input power socket. There is a little rectangular panel adjacent where the cord connects with a tab that you gently pry out and carries a small fuse. Replace the fuse and re-install the carrier.

These units are very hard to work on due to packaging.

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I have a Lowery Genie 44, with a blown fuse


Do not change the fuse without finding out why it is blowen. If the glass is black DO NOT even think of changing it or you will cause more damage.
I think if you take out the fuse you will find the raring under the end caps of the fuse.

Nov 02, 2009 | Music

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