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Electric storm, audio went out. Any way to check? or it the unit "shot"?

If the Unit Powers On then most probably the Fuses could have gone bad You will be able to replace the Main Fuse yourself but REPLACE WITH THE SAME KIND OF FUSE in terms of RATING

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Teac AG-SV5150 Stereo Receiver. Looking for a fuse, did not have one installed do you know what kind of fuse it takes?

It should tell you on the cap you took off where the fuse goes but depending on the power id try a 5-10 watt glass fuse

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Power steering fuse needs to be replaced, know what kind of fuse don't know where it is located have throughly check manual and car

on the door/lid of the fuse box there is a numbered or labeled diagram shows what fuse goes where and what amp it is

Oct 28, 2012 | 2007 Chevrolet Chevrolet Equinox LT

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Need to know the correct size of fuse that goes in this especific system please

If it still is the original fuse that was in the reciever,On the metal end caps of the fuse, It will show you ,The volts end amperage of the fuse.

Oct 16, 2012 | Kenwood VR-207 Receiver

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Dear support team... i am fix in a problem with my reveiver.. kindly help.. i just got my onkyo TX-NR3007 today in india from mew york,, now i am facing a problem.. i connected it with power outlet and...

Well seems the unit is going into protect mode, if you open the unit and look near where the cord enters the unit you will see some fuses, you may of blown one of them. The real problem you might have is a defective power supply, by connecting 240 volts means that while the unit was working all the voltages were out of tolerence or to high in the reciever. There should hear two clicks, one from the power on relay and the second one is the Speaker output relay. Disconnect all speakers from the unit and then try turning on again, if it goes into protect again and the fuses the you may of blown one of the Amplifiers outputs..GOOD LUCK!

Jul 17, 2010 | Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders

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My reciever has no display and no sound


Before giving a detailed explanation on everything which might be wrong, just start by opening up the receiver and check the fuse inside the unit.
If it is still good, feel free to leave a comment and i will come back to you. If it is the fuse(Which i think it is), i am glad to help you.

Kind regards

Nov 11, 2009 | Pioneer VSX-D903S Receiver

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Where does th JVC KS-SRA 100 power cord wire into. It says 14V DC outlet. is this the fuse box or a wire on the JVC receiver. I can get satelite reception but sound

Power cord that goes to fuse box to provide power to unit. Yellow to 14V DC and black to Ground / car body.
J-Bus connector goes to receiver to amplify sound that goes to speakers.

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Apr 24, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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My fuse blew what kind is it to replace

Its probably a GMA fuse. Its value should be on the circuit board and on the old fuse. You can get replacements at Radio Shack or your local hardware store. Just make sure it is NOT a slow blow fuse. in most cases the fuse opens due to a problem with the receiver either in the power supply or more likely in the output circuit.

A slow-blow fuse takes a couple of seconds to open and in that time more damage will be done.

Feb 02, 2009 | Optimus STA-3500 Receiver

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Stereo indicator will not light.

What kind of receiver is this, it is very important to know the make and model. You may have a bad transistor or open resistor in the circuit for the light. No way to know anything without more information

Dec 27, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Klh home receiver problems

It is not a fuse problem, when a fuse is gone does not start at all.
It is probably the final amp circuit, there is a faulty IC in there that overheats after few seconds and the unit goes off by itself.

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