Question about Krell Audio Players & Recorders
Fuses rarely go on their own. The cause is likely to be a shorted semiconductor device in the left channel output.
Fuses are generally not specific to any brand. Is the fuse a tube with metal ends? If it is measure the length in MM. Then look at the end and you should see the rating. Either in A for Amps or MA for milliamps.
Any electronic parts supplier should have the one you want in stock. Buy several, for if the part I mentioned has gone, it will blow again.
Posted on Sep 16, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Amplifier blown channel
Chances are it's something on the heatsink that's gone. The internal fuse would cause a dead amp. If it's still working it won't be the fuse, unless it has fuses all over the place!
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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