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Old 7th January 2009, 12:31 AM   #1
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Default Help with Kenwood KA-94

So something happened with my mixer the other day and it started outputting 10V dc directly into my Kenwood KA-94 which was on at the time.

The speakers buzzed there and then silence. Both fuses were blown. When I replaced them and powered it up again they immediately blew again. I opened the receiver up and gave a quick once over all the components and nothing seems burned out.

To blow fuses like that I would assume that means there is a short somewhere. Does anyone know where I should start here?

Thanks!
Stephen
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