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Introduction

This replacement guide will demonstrate how to replace a fuse in an Onkyo TX-800.

A fuse is an electrical safety device that protects the circuit board in the event that there is excessive current.

Before doing anything, make sure to safely discharge the capacitor using this guide.

  1. Remove the two screws on both sides of the receiver. Keep these and the rest of the screws in a safe place. Remove the two screws on both sides of the receiver. Keep these and the rest of the screws in a safe place. Remove the two screws on both sides of the receiver. Keep these and the rest of the screws in a safe place.
    • Remove the two screws on both sides of the receiver. Keep these and the rest of the screws in a safe place.

  2. Remove the top screw on the back panel. Remove the top screw on the back panel.
    • Remove the top screw on the back panel.

  3. Slide off the case to expose the internal components of the receiver. Slide off the case to expose the internal components of the receiver.
    • Slide off the case to expose the internal components of the receiver.

  4. Locate the fuse. Locate the fuse.
    • Locate the fuse.

  5. Gently wedge a small screwdriver in between one side of the fuse and the contact. Remove the fuse with your thumb and forefinger.
    • Gently wedge a small screwdriver in between one side of the fuse and the contact.

    • Remove the fuse with your thumb and forefinger.

  6. Examine the fuse. If the wire within it is broken, you will need to replace it with a new 125 Volt, 4 Amp fuse.
    • Examine the fuse. If the wire within it is broken, you will need to replace it with a new 125 Volt, 4 Amp fuse.

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Thanks for clear instructions!

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