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I have a Jamo SW-410E subwoofer and it is not powering up. Ive checked the fuse and its good. What could of caused this problem.Do I need to get another transformer or is this just a transformer?

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  • mjcato1969 Sep 16, 2010

    How do you check the Amp with a meter?

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The unit has to be opened and checked for blown or bulged capacitor.If that is all ok then yes the transformer is to be replaced.The other possibility is blown AMP .It has to be checked with meter and confirmed.

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    raj somaiya Sep 16, 2010

    In the meter there is a continuity testing.Connect the meter pins to the ampere ic pins and check.If there is continuity showing then the ampere ic is ok.But if no continuity then its faulty.If amp ic checked ok then its faulty transformer.
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