Question about Creative Labs MegaWorks 510D Speaker
Doesn't appear to be a schematic online. That cap is likely a filter cap for the power supply. Trace back to find diodes in supply. They may be in a bridge rectifier module or individual diodes. You will likely find one or more bad. If one went bad, others may be degraded so replace them all or the module. The amp chip in this may have taken a hit too. They may be in the TDA family such as a TDA2050 or the smaller cousins. When cap and diodes are restored, use a series 40 watt incandescent lamp in series with the power line to limit current until all is well. It will limit current and protect components and fuse should there be another problem.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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