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logitech z-680

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by normal, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. normal

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    hoi,
    The main fuse of the system keeps blowing up, as soon as I switch the system on...
    Does any one know how I can get in to the big box to repair or replace the power supply ?
    I have been searching for a service manual, no succes so far...
    The leads from the fuse go into the big box with bass woofer, but I didnt get it open on a decent way so far...
    Can someone help me please ?
    System is bought in america, now in use in belgium, so no more warranty
    :rolleyes:

    Grtz, normal. :lease:
     
  2. Mat-Moo

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    Is the powerblock auto-sensing? 110v in US, 230 in Europe...
     
  3. normal

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    I used a transfo 230V (mains) to 110V AC
    Did work for a while, now the fuse keeps blowing up.
     
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    At the back of the big box, there is the amplifier.When I remove the cover I can access the power supply leads to the amplifier board.
    I can 't get access to the powersupply unit itself.
    If I know the voltages (also AC/DC) on the leads, I can build my own power supply.
    set1: Blue and white lead.
    set2: red, yellow and black lead.
    set3: probably signal feedback.
    :blush:
     

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