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Fuse blown on JBL Eon 15 Powered speaker, it is a JBL Pro 36. On the back plate it reads: Aux Receptacle 6.6 amps When I took out the fuse, I had the same problem as madisonhayes, the one I took out read 250 volts, but amps. What amps should I get.

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SOURCE: JBL Eon 15 Blown Fuse

These fuses are most likely 3 Amp fuses. Please note that if the replacements blow as well, that there is a problem within the amp section that will require repair.

Dan

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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Powered 15" JBL EON


There are two power supplies in there, one for the woofer and one for the tweeter.
You may have blown one of them.
Are you under warranty? If so definitely check the JBL website for a local authorized repair center ... they are local people, usually very nice and easy to deal with, and the warranty coverage is excellent.

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You don't need schematics to replace the fuses.
Open the speaker unit by unscrewing the back. The fuses are located near the on/off switch assembly. Replace them and screw the the unit back together.
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JBL Eon 15 Blown Fuse


These fuses are most likely 3 Amp fuses. Please note that if the replacements blow as well, that there is a problem within the amp section that will require repair.

Dan

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BLOWN FUSE?


If no warranty - remove amp and check sub to another amp to isolate speaker from internal amp. Either the amp blew a channel or subwoofer blew. JBL's are typically well built. Has this speaker often been pushed loud often?

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