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Z-5300 blown fuse

Fuse blew during light use. Have tried new 125v 2amp slo-blo. Keeps blowing them, even with no imput or out connedtions hooked up.

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  • therick0145 May 11, 2010

    how much would it cost to have this looked at, you think?

    im having the same issue, and its out of warranty, so they wont send me a new system.

    it repeatedly blows a fuse the instant any power goes to it.

    i did not abuse it in any way... wtf...

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When fuses blow theres a problem, now how it blows help you find out where the problem is, If the fuse flashes and turns black the second you turn it on or plug it in there is a massive short in the power supply, If it blows but is clear the surge was not a dead short but a overload, Either way best to run it down to the shop and get it looked at

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