Question about JVC RX-1028V Receiver
My 6.3 A 125V fuse burn out so i replaced it with 6.3 A 250V fuse and got the same result another burn out fuse. why didn't it work? :(
Hello because theres a dead short somewhere what i mean by this is 1 of the components is faulty this is where you will need to do some checks or take it to an engineer
Posted on May 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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