Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a DBX 100 boom box that has had a burn up on mains input stages, mains transformer primary is open circuit, it was switched to 110 volt operation and someone plugged into 250 volt mains in the UK without looking to adjust the input switch, there appears to be no other damage except 1 resistor burnt out, we don't know the value, so a service manual or schenatic diagram and layout is required to go any further with this repair.
Hope you can suggest an answer, many thanks.
The resistor may be a dropping resistor prior to a zener diode.
I'd be reluctant to try the fuse idea someone else suggested.
I also have a dbx 100 with a burnt out resistor. Can't seem to find a schematic to know what value to put back.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
DBX boom box burnt out risistor need advise please
I have the same problem has anyone able to help
Posted on Aug 21, 2012
I don't recommend this, but the resistor you speak of is probably a small fuse. Try jumping out the fuse, then turn on unit for brief moment. If it powers up, fine. Replace jumper wire with 1 amp fuse. If not, take to prof. tech.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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