Question about MTX SW2 Subwoofer
I have the MTX SW2 floor sub. And just one day it didnt work. I replaced the fuse and it just keeps blowing them one after the other.. Can you help?
There's an overload caused by a semi-conductor that is acting as if was a piece of wire. If you have an Ohm Meter and there are transistors or diodes present you can check them. They will show up on the meter as if you had touched the test probes together. If it's an IC that's gone they often have cracks or damage or even have burnt. It's harder to test IC's, but the bigger the device and any on heatsinks should be top of your suspect list. If in doubt replace it!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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