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The tuner shuts down when volume is increased. Probably a fuse but where are they lcated on the Sherwood RX4 103

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It is not a fuse causing this. If a fuse was the cause, it would not turn on at all.

You may have a bad speaker, too many speakers, speakers connected wrong, a bad output channel in the amplifier, or even several other things.

let me know more details of how this is set up and how many speakers you are using, how many speakers per speaker jack, what type of speakers and the "ohms" rating on the back of the speakers where the wires connect into them and I may be able to help you figure this out.

Dave

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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