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No Power... Main Fuse Blows right away. Resistor R809 has its outer layer burned off so I cant tell what value it is.

Is R809 my only problem? or is the transistor pack on the other side of it also damaged. There is no sign of overheating to the transpack. Whats yoru oppion. Also .. I need to find out the value for R809. ty

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Re: No Power... Main Fuse Blows right away. Resistor R809...

I would check the rectifiers (diodes) all 4; one or two may be shorted. Check color code for R809 or may have number on it if it is white square resistor

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