Question about Philips FW-D5 CD Shelf System
Fuse may be in the back of the cabinet. If the cabinet is removable, and you probably will find screws under a label or two, if you take all you can see out, and the cabinet still won't come apart, feel across any labels and see if you find a hole, which will contain a "hidden" screw, but, probably the fuse will be near the entrance to the power cord. Make sure you unplug the appliance FIRST and then remove the case screws and look for a glass fuse in a holder somewhere near or around the power cord area. If you have a multimeter, you can check to see if power is indeed coming to the system where the power cord is connected to the lugs, if so, you could possibly have a defective power switch. A little investigation (CAREFUL INVESTIGATION) will more than likely result in your finding the fuse, and or the problem.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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