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XV HTD510 system keeps blowing internal fuse .

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Fuzes blow because something is overloading the equpment. First make sure you speaker wires are not shorted, or touching each other. If the speakers are not shorted out, unhook them completely and replace the fuze. turn on the equipment. if the fuze again blows (make sure its the same value fuze and not a higer rating) then you most likely have a shorted output transistor or transistors. In this case you will most likely need to take the device to an electronics service place, or if its under warranty send to the manufacture. Most often these devices cost more to fix than to replace, so its your call on that. If your handy with electronics, you could try and get the schemetic for the device and try to fix it yourself. If you have a shorted "final" or "output transistors" you most likely also have burned out driver transistors and also some resistors. It's unfortunate that today most things are "throw away". one more thing, if the device has a strong smell, then the chances are good that something burned out

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