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Onkyo sub woofer

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My Onlyo sub woofer has blown fuses and also resistance are blown too.
will my problem be fixed if I replace the fuses and the resistances or could there be other problems which are causing the obvious damage?

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You will only blow fuses and resistors if there is a short of some kind you can change fuses, resistors and capacitors all you like if you don't find the short they will just keep on blowing. It maybe something as small as a bit of conductive material or fluff or dust on chip board wipe board down make sure it is clean (a clean toothbrush is perfect) and there are no signs of burns on either side of the chipboard befor you change anything. If there are burns or greenish build up clean them with some metho or water on a cloth not to damp though and make sure Burn or corrossion hasn't taken off the protective layer on the board.
Then try new fuses. Hope this helps you

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