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Depending on manufacture you can replace the sound IC/fuse that probably blew if you know how to handle a soldering iron and solder ******

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If it sounds like static, and the bass really effects the sound it is most likely going to blow.
I would suggest taking it easy on the volume or switching your volume settings so its more on the left speaker than that right, but still with sound coming out the right one. Just so you don't blow it as fast.

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Fuse for right channel keeps blowing


Right channel needs repair, output transistors is my guess. Or you have a bad speaker, if it plays at low volume then blows when turned up.

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When right channel is wired it shorts out the power supply. Aragon 8008 when powered up without input and output, no problem. When connected with speakers and line level feed in, the left channel works...


Fuses blow when there is an overload caused by a short circuit. If the speaker you connect up to the amp causes a short. There is either a shorted part in the speaker or the wires to it are touching at some point. Assuming you can sort out the speaker issue and connecting a good speaker with good wiring and it still causes a short and blows a fuse. Then it's likely the output device(s) in the right channel have developed a short themselves. Perhaps as a result of being connected to faulty wiring or speakers.

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Sounds like the power transistor(s) on that channel burned out. Needs service.

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You've probably tried this, but when you do the channel test you can turn the volume up or down on whichever speaker is currently being tested (the static). Maybe your speakers have been adjusted somehow.

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