Question about Marantz Audio Players & Recorders
Sometimes a fuse can blow from age, or just from some sort of surge
from the power line...but then again, a blown fuse can mean problems in the unit..If you are savvy enough, unplug the unit.....and then take the cover off...remove the fuse.. you will see it in the fuse holder....be careful not to touch other components, as you could get shocked(not likely, but possible) take it out and go down to the hardware store, and get a small box of these...be sure and match the "amps" and voltage rating to the blown one.
come back and insert a new one, and do the reverse thing with the case (put the cover back on...power the unit up. if all is well, then fine...but if the fuse continues to blow...you have problems and must take it to a repairman...
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Wrong amp fuse or maybe you have a loose wire or a short somewherecausing the fuse to burn out?
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