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My jvc receiver has blown fuse if i replace the fuse and it blows again what else could be blowing the fuse

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  • goller321 Aug 29, 2008

    I have the same problem, and it isn't the power source. I have an older Yamaha 5.1 and had not used it for quite a while. When I tried to power it up, it blew the fuse. I inspected the interior and it was very dusty, so I blew it out. It now continually blows the fuse after being powered on.

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Blowing fuse only indicates that there is power surges in your area. in order to avoid blowing your fuse again. you may need to a have a surge supressor and auto voltage regulator used for your receiver and any appliance that may need it.

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