Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Did you try unplugging the unit and taking the cover off and seeing if the internal fuse is blown? There maybe a fuseholder on the rear of the receiver too. It is usually black, 1/2" in diameter, with a twist off cap and the marking of the fuse rating in white. If not, you'll have to take the cover off and look for a blown internal fuse. If the fuse isn't blown, you could have a faulty on/off switch or power supply. If you replace the fuse and it blows again, then something has failed and is drawing too much current and causing the fuse to blow. It could be a bad power supply or a shorted audio output module. If that is the case, it will need to be taken to a shop to be serviced.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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