Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Home theatre sets are quite tricky to deal with because of the sensitive components which they are made up of. Initially when the unit kept on turning itself off it was as a result of one of two things (Either a high voltage or a low one) But with the eventual outcome of not coming back on i suspect it is as a result of a higher voltage.
These units come with an inbuilt circuit breaker which ensures that instaed of the main unit to get fried just a fuse inside the unit gets fried. This fuse is burnt hence the refusal to come on.
simply open the unit try to locate the exact location of the burnt fuse and replace it. But be warned that if you dont have the technicak know how around the device refer it to an expert as you might further damage other components. You can get manuals from the following
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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