Question about Teac AG-D8900 Receiver
We were told to check the fuses, and they looked blown, so we bought new fuses and as soon as we turned it on, the fuses blew. What is causing these new fuses to blow? Are the fuses the problem or is some other problem causing the fuses to blow? What can we do to fix this problem? Thanks.
Fuses are designed to be protection devices, that is, to destroy themselves in order to protect an electronic circuit. Now, when brand new replacement fuses blow, it could mean two things: 1.- The replacement fuses are below the specified rating (you can find the rating by reading around the end metal caps of the original fuse), or
2.- The internal circuitry of the unit is damaged and is causing the fuses to blow immediately.
There is not much you can do yourself, unless you are technically inclined and know how to test the unit for internal damage. If you are not technically inclined, your best bet is to have the unit inspected to asses the damages and the cost of repair if you elect to do so.
Hope this helps. Let me know if we can be of further assistance.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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