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My beringer europowered 800w mixer blew a fuse ,replaced it ,has blown several more fuse's since,i used a lower 5 amp fuse did not last - 10 amp is standard > is it time to trash this unit?

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I don't understand because the Xenyx 1002fx draws only 16 Watts so the fuse should be well less than 1 amp why would you put a 5 amp?

And your 800 Watt mixer???... There is something wrong with this model number as the 1002fx certainly is not 800 Watts. Please supply the correct model numbers so we can help you.

The unit is repairable I am sure.

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You did a lot of damage, and replacing the fuse and trying it has caused much more.

There will be about seven blown parts on the amp and a dozen on the power supply. To give you an idea of the extent, the WHOLESALE parts cost is roughly $50, including the main power supply switchers IGBT's which cost nearly $20 for the pair by themselves.

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