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No power our escort 2000 has been setting on a stand, not in use. we went to power it up and nothing. wonder how to check and or replace fuse. also wonder about the thermal protection circiut.

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  • prince2028 Jun 08, 2008

    know about fuses. have the top off.fuse is under the plug. how do you take the fuse cover off to replace it.
    also if the thermal protection circiut has tripped does it reset itself or do you have to reset it?if so,how

  • prince2028 Jun 09, 2008

    Ok, doesn't seem to be the fuse. Was able to pop it out (it was the fuse cover I was having difficulty with... would not open until I used enough force I was sure I would break it!)It had a spare fuse, popped that in and no dice. Bought a new fuse today, again, no dice.

    I've opened the system up, just to take a look, (I'm a computer hardware tech... so I know just enough to be dangerous with electronics :)and I find no loose connections, nothing visibly 'fried', and remarkably little dust. I blew out some dust from the fans and around a couple of contacts.. .but nothing significant.

    I'm beginning to believe that it may be the thermal protect circuit/switch. I'm thinking the system was left on and the fan may have been blocked causing the switch to trip... Perhaps over and over until the switch died? Just a thought.

    I started surfing looking for repair schematics for this system and found only one site, bought the archived file for $15 AND ... of course ... it craps out on the download (several times) AND... of course ... won't refund the cash. :)

    I know I'm asking you to fly blind here... but could you help me identify where the thermal protection switch/circuit may be? I dosen't seem to be that hard to replace ... yea yea... I DO understand use epoxy/screws and do not solder (or use needlenose plier as a heat sink) Like I said, I know enough to be dangerous :)

    Or perhaps you could give another suggestion as to why it won't power on?

    Thanks!

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You could remove the cover and find the fuse and replace it with the same voltage and current rating.
Make sure you unplug the device before start working on it.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Jun 09, 2008

    It could be just snap in, if you use a small flat screwdrivers and pull gently to remove it.

  • Jaime Hernandez Jun 12, 2008

    If the fuse is good, the thermal protection is engaged. If that is the case there might be something else wrong with your device, it could have a defective amplifier IC or transistor.

    If this device is less then 2 years old, I would suggest to call the manufacturers and ask them to fix it for you under warranty.


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