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Does the Crate BT-50 have an internal fuse?

The month I bought this amp in 2008 a fuse blew in the garage resulting in a loss of power for the entire building and the amp has not turned on since.

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It sure sounds like a short in the left signal circuit. I can't say where the wires are routed but you may have one with failed insulation or pinched under some hardware.
You could avoid repeated fuse replacement if you buy a cheap digital multimeter from Radio Shack (if you are in the US) or alternately, from an auto parts store. One adequate for this would be under $20 US. Some have a continuity checker that sounds a 'chime' that stops when the resistance level rises a bit. Since the meter could be damaged if the short clears, it would be smart to disconnect the negative side (ground) of the battery. Putting the probes across the fuse contact will simulate the fuse for this checking but it will not let your signals function. I would punch the probes into the fuse holder, put on the left turn signal and start removing bulbs and checking the routing of the wiring. When the chime stops, you have found the culprit. 

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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interior fuse should be the culprit. Look for the Radio fuse inside (normally 10A red) sometimes labeled CABIN on the fuse layout

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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you should take a look at the switch, it may be shorted work it back and forth,if that don't do it for you then you will want to take the motor out it is ether shorted out or just need cleaning up ,to reduce the amp,draw . hope this helps if you would like any further help feel free to ask.Thank you

Posted on Jun 28, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 2008 Mazda BT 50. When i start the car,

ABS sensor itself, on the B series the sensor have a high internal failure rate ,, the ABS sensor fails intermitently light goes on the goes off, There wil be no fuse.you are looking at sensors

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SOURCE: 2008 Mazda bt 50. When

That doesn't sound like a faulty fuse or connection. It sounds like brake system failure of some sort. You really should have that checked out.

Posted on May 04, 2011

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