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    Default PSW202 Blowing Fuses

    My Mom has a PSW202 sub that is having an issue with blowing fuses. I have read on the forum about an apparent flaw in the design related to the capacitors and/or in the amp itself. Can anyone confirm that simply changing out the caps will solve the problem or is this a sign that the amp is shot? And if it is possible to change the caps, could you provide me with the details of the repairs that are necessary?

    Thanks in advance!

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    It could also be a shorted output IC. To play it safe, remove the amplifier from the back of the cabinet and return it to our service center for evaluation.
    The address is Polk Audio 1 Viper Way Vista CA. 92081.
    Include a short note with your name, address, daytime telephone number, and ask them to contact you with an estimate before repairing the amplifier.
    We recommend shipping it using UPS or FedEx.


    Thanks,
    Kim

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