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    Default Sub PSW202 Keeps Blowing Fuse?

    Hello
    I am new to this forum but here goes.
    I recently purchase a Polk Audio Sub Woofer PSW202 only to find that it keeps blowing the 2 AMP fuse. I tried the unit with and without my receiver connected and the result is the same. This is a 2002 model, is there any chance that they had a problem with this model?
    Any idea what the repair bill would be to have a tech repair it?
    Thanks for your help/suggestions.
    Lon

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    Welcome to CP. Call polk customer service.
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    Default blowing fuse

    I have the psw202 amp and have similar problems of the fuse blowing immediately upon plugging in.

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    Default Where is the fuse?

    Manual says nothing about a fuse and I can find nothing on the speaker that looks like a fuse.

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    Hello,
    The fuse is internal, on the other side of the input plate. But, if the fuse is blown that means there's a problem with the amp and just replacing the fuse won't solve it. Best to contact Polk's CS at 1-800-377-7655 or polkcs@polkaudio.com.
    Regards, Ken

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