Question about Sharp SX9860 2-Channel Amplifier
Check all fuses. Sounds like the power supply might be working, at least the transformer which you hear. Try fuses first then that's all you can do, unless you are a tech. You might have to remove the cover to see the fuses, and then again some fuses might not be a glass type. For you, only look for glass fuses. Make dang sure there is no power plugged in when you do this. A visual check for you is enough, as to explain how to use a meter would just be confusing. If you find a blown fuse ( the center wire is broke inside the glass) then take it out if it isn't soldered and make sure you get an exact match. After you replace it, if it blows again or still doesn't work then you need tech help. find a ham operator with techno skills, or take to a shop.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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