Question about JBL PSW-D112 Speaker
My JBL PSW-D112 fuse blow right away after replaced. Do you know what is a problem?
The Problem in this unit is the Amplifier module S64AMI,which is surrended in a black heatsink, filled with epoxy, not serviceable, the bad news is that JBL discontinued this module and is really hard to find, sorry....
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
The fuse is designed to protect the circuit and prevent fire. When a fuse blows it is because it is getting to much current through it.
In some cases it could be because you replaced the fuse with one that did not meet the specs of the required fuse, there are different types of fuses and you should always replace with exactly the same type of fuse.
Do not replace with a higher Amp fuse, you could end up frying the amp at least. It's not a safe thing to do since there is an off chance of fire from using the wrong fuse.
If you have the right type of fuse installed and it is still blowing, then refer the unit to a qualified service center for repair, or look for a new replacement Amp.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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