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Fuse keeps blowing

During a lightening storm I heard a loud pop from the player. Opened cover and fuse had blown (1.6A 125V). Replaced with 2A 200V fuse and it blew right when player plugged in 2X. Did lightening ruin it?

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  • sue316 Aug 10, 2008

    I have had the player for about 6 years-I don't know if lightning hit it or what-it just won;t come on

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Unfortunately yes :(

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