Question about Pioneer VSX-D458 Receiver
I I went to Radio Shack to buy my open 6.3 slow-blow 125v fuse and they didn't have it. But they did have a 6.3 slow-blow 250v fuse. Will this fuse work or do I have to look for the 125v fuse?
blew 125v 6.3a fuse in my pioneer digital processor cant find a replacement
Hi, If the fuse physically fits into your unit then it will work. However- - - WARNING! Although 6.3 amps on a 250v fuse will allow the current to flow it will not afford you the circuit protection you require for a 125v circuit. If the circuit develops a fault then there is a danger that you burn out the circuit before the fuse. As you have already blown one fuse I would suggest tracking down the fault before you do any thing else.
Posted on Oct 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Home Amp fuse keeps blowing
This usually happens when there is a problem with the main power supply and is relatively rare. If you can post the make and model, I can give you some things to check if you are somewhat familiar with electronics.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
The AMP-ERR message in many Pioneer Receivers is caused by some DC in the output. The microprocessor then issues the warning and shuts the unit off. It is definitely not a relay switch. It could be the amplifier power pack, i.e. PAC011A or similar that is faulty or something else. Not easy to repair for the non- experienced DIY.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
You can get fuses from any electronic parts shop, such as Maplin (UK) or Radio Shack (USA). I would get a few, because chances are the fuse did not just blow because of a bad speaker wire! Fuses are there to protect the device from an overload (which would cause a fire). The mostly likely cause of your fuse blowing is that your wire shorted out an output transistor on the channel the speaker was connected to and the transistor is acting like a piece of wire now!
If you have an Ohm meter I would put it's probes on the terminals of the transistors on the heat sink. You will soon know, as it will be just like you have touched the meter's probes together!
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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