Dayton sub blowing fuses

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Hal_J, Jul 18, 2004.

  1. Hal_J

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    hi all,

    i've got the dayton 10" sub. i got mine in feb 2003, back when the initial frenzy for these kicked in. at the time, the auto off feature was not working properly, and i got a swapped out amp for free. great service, no hassle, totally wonderful. the sub performs as billed, and i love it. but now it seems fried. it blew it's fuse, and i replace the fuse and that one got blown too, so im guessing there is something wrong with the power supply. i want to keep this sub, and was wondering:

    1. can anyone recommend a debug procedure for me to try to isolate the problem? im an engineer, ive got a multimeter, but im not an EE and know little/nothing about circuits.(basic Ohm's law stuff, blah blah.) assume i know zero.

    2. anyone else have this problem?

    3. anyone know if i can just replace the power supply unit? (i'd want to use #1 above to verify that it is bad.)

    thanks,

    hal
     
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