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Replacing fuses, for the pros? or can an amature do it?

 

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Username: Djjoshuacarl

Boston , Ma

Post Number: 4
Registered: Nov-04
ok, as u might see in my other post my kenwood vr2080 fuse went (according to the kenwood rep)

it powered down when hookin up new speakers, and has been stuck in protect mode.

is this something I can do?
I can identify some of the components under the hood, and the glass fuses inside all look in tact.
so, is this a tech job? or is it somehtin I can do?
 

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 1938
Registered: Dec-03
unless you have experience in doing this kind of stuff, I'll leave it to the techs. Otherwise, go for it.
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