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JBL Eon 15 Blown Fuse

Hi, My Eon stopped working so I opened it up and found 2 blown fuses. I took them to radio shack but the fuses didn't have the amp on it.  Do you know

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  • kris bhola Mar 31, 2009

    I have the same problem the fuses are 2.5 amps and 250 v. Everytime I replace the fuse they blow, sometimes afdter playing for a while and somtimes soon as I power up. the amp board is new and so is the driver. Not sure why it is doing this. Does anyone know why?

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These fuses are most likely 3 Amp fuses. Please note that if the replacements blow as well, that there is a problem within the amp section that will require repair.

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T Lag Fuse - T2.5A 250V - these are the fuses you want, MIke

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You don't need schematics to replace the fuses.
Open the speaker unit by unscrewing the back. The fuses are located near the on/off switch assembly. Replace them and screw the the unit back together.
To avoid blown fuses, try lowering the volume.

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