Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
Yes there is a fuse inside , but fuses will react with the amps and not with the voltage so your chances are low save your amplifier without replacing major parts
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
There is a fuse however, depending or if it was turned on afterwards , it will be much much worse.
it is possible there is damage as it will be likely that the fuses are not a semiconductor type ( really fast ) so overvoltage will have reached the secondary of the transformer and onwards to the rectifiers and capacitors and then to the voltage regulators untimately ending up on the boards via the DC rails.
This can cause significant problems with circuit components and more problems with the low voltage micros inside.
If you are really lucky changing the blown internal fuses may work, but could cause even more damage, so be prepared for an expensive repair.
If none of the above makes any sense then you need a tech or repair shop.
Hope this helps
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