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I have a onkyo M-5150 Amp-Was working fine and just quit. I blew a fuse replaced it and now no sound. AMP comes on but no sound. Is there a way to reset this amp

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    Scott Frye Oct 09, 2010

    Hi...
    Were you playing it at high volumes?
    and ,the fuse you replaced , was it the external one?

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Hi
if a fuse blow there is a big chance that another fuse on the main circuit is blown also it should be on the protection unit.
need to take to service

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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