Question about Crown XLS202 2Channel Amplifier
You may have to pull it out over again, all of them on the channel where you replaced the power
Or you can check for possible shorted collector to emitter pins on each.
Once these power transistors are extracted all in pairs then you can power up ,
just to test if the fuse will still blow.
If it happens , you might have a bad components likewise on the other channel
I will post further if the fuse does not blow anymore to help you finished
Insure that the supply rails have no shorted components along its path.
Check for DC out on all amp outputs and post
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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