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Where are the fuses at on the m-audio bx8 - M-Audio Studiophile BX8 Main / Stereo Speaker

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  • rward99504 Nov 08, 2010

    I know where the power fuse is I'm talking about the two fueses for the amp, I do have it pulled out

  • rward99504 Nov 08, 2010

    I don't see where the fuses are located at?

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Hello,

you will find the fuse on the crossover of the speak. The crossover is where the speaker speaker wire enters

Good luck.

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The fusesin the system will be back of the cabin it will be marked fuse or it will be inside soldered to the board remove the cover and check the power line it will be connected series to the power line power line can be any which power is given to the board

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    rajesh raman Nov 08, 2010

    yea pull it out all check wether damaged if there might be a reason for it blowing might be the wire was short or some components in the system fried or over voltage from the source replace the fuse of the same value

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