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Logitech z680 blows fuses

I forgot to turn off power to the unit when I disconnected the right rear speaker. Unfortunately the two speaker wires touched and blew the fuse. Changed the fuse but it blows when power turned on. How can I trouble shoot and repair?

I need to know where I can get a fuse T 1.6/250v

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  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    Common problem with Z680. Correct fuse is T2AH 250v. This is a 2 amp slow burn fuse in a ceramic case. Good luck sourcing, most good specialist electronic online stores either stock or know where to find.

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heres one place to buy it
somewhere else theres wires touching too

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