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Power surge I had a power surge a few days ago and it blew a couple of resistors out as well as the fuse. Is there a schematic of the internals that I can download to make these repairs myself. This unit is out of warranty and if I can't repair it I will probably just throw it away. This unit worked great before the storm. Thanks Donnie

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  • donnie072003 Jul 21, 2008

    I have already opened it up and determined which resistors are burnt but, they are burnt beyond recognition and I can't tell what resistance they are. Thanks for the promp answer though.



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I doubt you'll be able to find a service manual for this. You are best off opening up the unit to find the damaged resistors and replace them yourself.

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