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Old 18th June 2011, 12:27 PM   #1
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Default Help with several issues please: rewiring, blown B&K AVR507 updated to version 3, etc

Hi all. I was a member of this forum a few years ago going back several years from then and had to re-registor to post, forgot username/password. I posted this in the correct section, do it yourself wiring of outlet all the way to the fuse box and using appropiate parts for new amp, but there hasn't been a reply there for a long time and my posts aren't posting yet, moderator needs to check it out, a lot has changed since I forgot old username and passwors as a result of 4 years of a sickness that has all the doctor's baffled, but me, from research on sarcoidosis and all the thyroid, heart, Rheumitiod arththritis, keeps changing in showing up in appropiate intensities, plus I'm going blind and have a meshoma from botched inquinal hernia surgery and my extremely suppressed immune system makes it impossible to remove meshoma embedded in bladder, which is a must do operation, or I will die just from this, eventually. Sorry so detailed and I left a lot out because it's not necessary, just wanted to make moderator's aware of my condition and hopefully find old acount username and pass-word. To keep it short and simple, I live in a condo complex and the outlets in my room blew my B@K AVR5073, hardly any sound comes out and it had a Monster Home Theater Reference Powercenter, HTS 3500 MKII, protecting it?, and a fuse that didn't blow in the B&K. Before this, my Sony STRDA2ES lost all equalizer functions, or all digital functions from same outlet and powercenter. I never should've hooked the B@K to it, but thought the Sony was damaged from work I had done on it just prior to hooking it back up. It also damaged my cd player and possibly my 400 disc blue-ray player. I'm very sick, hence the lack of recent posts. I lost all my midrange and upper midrange gear, and all were protected by the powercenter. I need advice on how to run a seperate ps audio, unless there is better, wall outlet, and proper gangbox. I also need to run 12 guage wire to a seperate 20 amp fuse, but no room in fusebox, so need advice on this and if I can just put 2 20 amp fuses in to replace 15 amp fuses, or do I need to buy a seperate single receptical fuse box and reroute to pole. I'm using 12 guage wire in place of the 14 guage. The fusebox is a Westinghouse CATNO B20-30, AFN,ASN Type 1 enclosure. Max main ratings 150 A, 120/240V, 1PH Wire, 120-208V 3 Wire. Main breaker 10,000 amp, 120/240 VAC, short circuit rating 10,000 RMS SymAmperes when used with Bryant Breaker Cats; BR, BRWH, BRSN, BQ, BJ, GF,CB, BD. 22,000 RMS SYM. AMPERES when used with Bryant Speaker Cats: BR40, BJH, GFCBH, as Branch Breakers in main lug panel boards or when Bryant Breaker CATS BRH, BJH are used as main breakers with CATS BD, BR, BQ, BJ, GFCB, Branch Breakers. Main Breakers may be in seperate device. I know, too much info. I just bought the Onkyo TXNR3008 push /pull and W.R.A.T. high amperage, technology. I also bought a dvd player, Onkyo top model 5 or 6 disc player, which can handle the higher frequencies the Amp puts out through HDMI on DVD player and adjustable frequency setting? I have to see this, never heard of in a dvd player, but times have changed and changed again, and my beloved B&K is shot. I need a high definition digital/amp outlet and high amp analog outlet in same two plug receptical. The P&S is only rated for 50 amp receiver and Onkyo with 15 amp Breaker in new Monster HDP 1850G isn't enough, I'm sure.. It's strange how everything went. Digital functions, then it blew my B&K amp without safety fuse in it even blowing and all I did was unplug the video cable from my T.V. which had B&K menu on. It didn't even smoke and was on a very low volume. It's almost like the Video cable worked as a ground. I heard a bunch of clicks, like circuit breakers, in B&K, were clicking back and forth, and am taking in when I can afford to and when I'm in better physical shape to ge an estimate, along with two new speaker grills and a tweeter and all other parts up to connecting wires, except the magnet and screws, for my pyaridiums Version III's, forget spelling and very tired, sorry.
So, lots of questions. The powercenter was in switched mode and ground white light and all green lights on, plus the switched mode lights stayed on and it didn't unswitch, as a surge would produce and protect product, which didn't happen with any of the bad events. I'm very confused as to what happened and an electrician said all o.k. He looked at my Powercenter's reading of 120+/- 1 volt reading and said see. I know there's all kinds of wiring problems here and people tapping into cable, which has made a mess of my reception on my Plasma 1080P TCP-1 42"er. I need correct section I know existed years ago and a lot of advice. Like, is my B&K amp blown, is it the power station, big telephone producing power station, JCP&L, only used for the condos, and can I just change the Main Breaker and put the proper 20 amp fuses in the main fusebox along with running 12 guage wiring? Would I need a lower gauge in wall wirering since running to the main fuse panel, in this case, to the main fusebox, without having to run a seperate one room fusebox and have the electric company come and put a seperate wire to the pole, if allowed here. What's more disturbing is I only have 2 years of heavy use of aforementioned components, even medium use on the Sony STRDA2ES, in a 70 year old house and never had a problem at all. Wiring was even worse there. One more question, sorry. Do I just need a better powercenter with a 20 amp breaker fuse in it and if so, any recomendations? Much thanks for your time to read and I hope I didn't confuse everyone, and I don't expect the answer to my problem, which I know isn't easy, but would greatly appreciate any thoughts, insight, and possiblities. I need it to be not too expensive, but have to be sure it is done correct. I will be buying all materials and hiring an installer for the things I can't do because so sick. I have 2 years of Electrical Engineering college credits, but things have changed a lot since 8 + years ago, so . Hence the questions, plus never had such a weird electrical problem before this and sooooooo expensive. Plus, this is my last new reciever and need preamp section for today's constantly changing requirements, HDMI V1.4, for me to listen to high quality sound and watch the concert on DVD on my plasma. Peace.
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I realize this is the same as another thread but under the circumstances it would be nice to get Paul some help so if you have the time to offer yours, that would be great.
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