Question about Crown CE4000 2-Channel Amplifier
Unplug it. Look inside the unit and see if you locate a fuse. Also look around just to see if anything is damaged or burnt.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Check on the back panel there should be a small head where the fuse is its usually looks like a black dial head undo this and check the fuse there.. I have one on teh back of mine that has blown before.. Good luck.. you have checked the fuse in the plug too I hope..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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