Question about Marantz PM7200 2-Channel Amplifier
You can check the fuse with a battery and a bulb. Take the fuse out and use it to make a circuit with some wire, the battery and bulb. If the bulb doesn't light it has gone.
Apart from that other things to check are the power switch, to see if it works and the transformer.
It might be worth buying a cheap Ohm meter, if you haven't got one. You can check most of the parts in the power supply with it. By the way if the fuse has blown, buy a few as you might find it could blow again when you try it again. If it does you are looking at a device (such as a transistor) that as shorted and acting like it was a piece of wire. Which is easily found with an Ohm Meter!
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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