So ive got a speaker with a blown fuse.
power supply on speaker is labeled 10Amp 250v.
stock fuse is labled '5jf5al250v '. its a 5x20mm. I cant find any information on it
it keeps blowing the 5 amp 250v(both fast and slow) rated fuses i put into it.
My question is should I try a 10amp fuse since thats what the speaker draws? Or is it more likely a failure somewhere in the power supply itself? also should i use a slow blow or a fast?
June 19, 2020
The 10 amp is what the speaker power supply is rated to supply without overheating. This should be somewhat more than the speaker requires. So the questions are: 1/ Has the speaker been working properly and this is a new problem? If so I would expect something has failed in the speaker or power supply. 2/ Are you putting together a new system? If so the 5 amp may be simply too low so try 10 amp fast or slow.
June 20, 2020
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