Question about Polk Audio PSW110 Subwoofer
Im pretty sure the fuse is blown because my sub isnt getting any power....problem is that i cant find the damn fuse to check it...anyone know?
The fuse may be located in several spots:
- fuse inside the three prong power plug connector on the sub (if there is one) - see if it has a fuse compartment built in - it should slide out kind of like a small drawer - sometimes it has also a separate place for a spare plug in there - the fuses used are of glass type.
- fuse mounted into a fuse holder soldered onto the circuit board - glass type fuse
- fuse soldered directly onto the circuit board - sometimes the type used is glass (it may have a heatshrink tube around it so it doesn't look like a fuse at a first glance, also there are other types of fuses that can be soldered directly onto the board - these are in the form of a small vertical cylinder, usually of a dark reddish colour with white / yellow print on the top - they look somewhat alike to small electrolytic capacitors, but are encased in dark red plastic with the pins located directly underneath the fuse.
Hope you can find it...
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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