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Kenwood amp i touched the B+ wire to the GRN on accident when i was installing it and now it wont power on.. Is there a way to fix this problem.

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Yes there is!!! I have that same amp and what probably happened to you happened to me, if you seen some black smoke or smelled like something was burning then heres what you do, Remove the cover under the bottom of the amp, there are alot of little screws so dont lose them!!!, you will see a wire that look like it ws fried and it will be broke apart, so get you a GOOD sautering iron and sauter the wire back together is you cant get it to sauder back then just take a piece of wire and tie the two broken pieces together and then your amp should work again!!

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