Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
If your replacement fuse has an exact current ratings and yet immediately blew after an installation, this is an indication of shorted parts in the supply voltage line. Most likely it was caused by shorted output IC which is mounted in the heatsink. If your handy with electronics and have some necessary tools, pull-out this IC by deslodering it to the board and try the unit without this parts. If the fuse does not blew and finally the unit power up, you must replaced this IC and your unit will back to normal again.
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