OUTLAW Amps: Has anyone change the Fuse?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Vu Nguyen, Sep 22, 2002.

  1. Vu Nguyen

    Vu Nguyen Auditioning

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    it would seem one of the channels on my Outlaw 750 is not working.

    i'd like to change the fuse. hower, i'm wondering if it requires a special procedure? i opended the fuse screw in the rear of the 750. however i could'nt tell if it was broken or not. and what and where should i go to find this fuse?

    thanks.
     
  2. Tom Boucher

    Tom Boucher Second Unit

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    My outlaw 950/770 are not here yet, but I can give you some general fuse changing experience.


    1) To test if the fuse is broken, get an Amp-meter, multimeter, or whatever you call them, and put it on resistance, and if it beeps when you put the probes on each end, the fuse is fine.

    2) To get a replacement, travel to nearest handy dandy radio shack and ask them. Most times, they'll hvae it. Keep in mind, the AMP rating of the fuse is the most important. If they have a higher voltage, but same amperage, you should be fine.
     

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