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Fuses blow Ive had my RCA 5-CD Shelf System, RS2652 for less then a year it worked perfect till a few weeks ago the fuses blew i contacted the company and they told me to go to radio shack and buy replacemens so i did but they blew the second i put them in the wear the same as the ones i took out to so i went and got another set 50 watts more but they blew can anyone tell me whats on or how to fix it please???

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  • dodirty Jan 26, 2008

    i got a 6 cd unit and my fuses blow almost instantly alsobig problem

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In addition to what i said in the live chat about the transformer, here is a link to the manual for the RS2653 which seems very similar; http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/rcaav06/AudioVideo/ProductDownloads/RS2653_IB.pdf or this link to contact RCA directly; http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/en-US/ContactUs.html Hope this helps, not much in the manual of any use for this problem :)

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