Question about Onkyo SKS-HT510 System
I accidently connected my ONkyo HT320 home theatre system which requires a 110v input to a 220 v input. There was a loud spark and the system went dead. There is no service center in my city. Their helpline says that the ac fuse has to be replaced. What is the location of this fuse and can I replace it from any electronics repair shop.
The fuse is internal. You'd need to take off the cover and look inside it. If you did that and took it to an electronics repair shop, they should be able to tell you where the fuse is by looking and help you find a replacement.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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