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I have a jbl eon G15, which is now not powering on. Probably happened when being powered off, with the volume up... This has happened before in the store, and was fixed in minutes...I guess a simple fuse replacement. My question is, can I do this myself

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The fuse is accessible by removing the amp module from the back. The fuse location will be obvious. Replace it with the same type of fuse and you should be OK.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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