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Playing it loud for about 20 minutes it suddenly fell silent. Power is fine as is fuse. What has blown?

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Hi, even though the mains fuse on back of amplifier is fine, the speaker fuses might have blown.
Now really you need to take it to get repaired but if you know someone who has electronics knowledge they could look inside the amplifier to check the speaker output fuses.
I wouldn't want to advise you to do it as there are dangerouse voltages inside the amplifier.
If you need more help, I will guide you.

Regards - Anthony

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

  • derssan Oct 02, 2013

    hi there, ive got a sony amp...and itss totally dead. ive checked the fuse, which is fine . its a 6.1 channel

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