Question about JBL PB10 Subwoofer
It blows the fuse because a semiconductor device has developed a short (in otherwords acting like it was just a piece of wire). Because of the noise I would suspect the main amp device is the cause. It will be most likely on a heatsink.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Hi, if your PB10 doesn't have a screw near the on/off switch and its blowing fuses - then sadly the amp is junk. The amps without a screw near on/off switch use a ami module - this goes bad and there is no replacement available - thus this blows the fuse - ... Now if you have a PB10 - PB12 and its not blowing the fuse - powers up but no sound or sounds bad - then send it to Edwards Electronics - look on ebay for the info. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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