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Old 13th October 2012, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default PS Audio E2C P/S fuse value?

Getting a PS Audio Elite back together & noticed that the main fuse in the power supply (E2C) is missing. It's internal & there are no values anywhere. Anyone know the proper value for 120v 60Hz?
Also, I have a resistor & a cap for the output zobel network, but am not sure how it hooks up. All I have is one 4.7 ohm R & one .1 mF cap tied together at one end, with the other ends free. They are completely removed from the speaker terminals & the wires from the power amp board are floating loose. I have seen some examples of the zobel ckts, but would like to know how these were connected. Obviously I need to find another resistor & cap for the other channel.
Any help will be appreciated!

Thanks,
kev
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