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Peak power on rs-939 how many watts ???

How many watts total is this reciever any one know and about how old is this stereo??

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SOURCE: Have an RS- 939 Fisher stereo receiver that will not power on but have power to it.

1. Open internal fuse
2. Power supply failure

Posted on Dec 23, 2020

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