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Fuse We have an RS2020 CD Micro System. It is a CD player, tape deck, and tuner. The fuse blew, so we bought a new one. We put the new fuse in, then plugged the unit back in. As soon as we plugged it in and turned it on, it sounded right, then we got a bright green light, and the fuse blew again. This happened twice. Incidentally we had disconnected both speakers from the unit beforehand. What might be causing the fuse to blow as soon as we plug it in and turn it on?

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If the fuse blew again then there is more than likely a problem with one or more of the boards components. First start by unscrewing the power supply and looking on the underside, you may see some burn marks. If you do then it is likely that the component above the burn marks has blown and needs to be replaced. If you do not see any burn marks then the best place to start is with the diodes on the board. If its still not working, e.g. the fuse blew again then it may be that the problem lies elsewhere on the power supply... Good luck.

Posted on Dec 06, 2005

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