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I have an audio receiver that powers up and the shuts down. I've replaced the power cord (due to rabbit) and the fuse. But continues to shut down??

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Why did you replace the fuse - did it burn out or opened? It's probably shutting down because it's detecting an overload. Inspect the circuit board for any shorts. I recommend having a repair shop isolating the problem. If it does blow fuses, then there is definitely a shorted transistor on the final amplifier output stage. Otherwise, if a fuse is shorted you don't need to replace it because it's suppose to be shorted.

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