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  • Re: Replacing the fuse in a Penta speaker

    Thanks for your help, I have checked both fuses and they are ok. Also did an OHM test on my power cable, appears ok. I think maybe one of the soldered connections inside the speaker may have come loose. There are 4 small panels on the outside of the speaker that appear to be held in place by one screw, I am a bit nervous, but if I remove this screw will I gain access to the electrical wiring. Thanks Andrew
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AndrewH123 on Wed, Dec 6 2017
  • Replacing the fuse in a Penta speaker

    Hi all: I have a complete B and O 6500 system with two 6500 Penta speakers. Today when I turned the system on for the first time in six months there was no power to one of the speakers. I have been told that it might be a blown fuse. How do I get to the fuse and is there an alternative to the B & O fuse ???. Thanks Andrew
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AndrewH123 on Tue, Dec 5 2017
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