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TEAC AG-V8060 Lost total power, checked the four (4) fuses with ohm meter and they are fine. Did the power supply just go and is it worth finding one?

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Do you already check the Thermal fuse on the transformer.He be on the primary side between two pins ,he been protected with plastic cover.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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