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I was hooking up my PA to my LTD 29 with speaker wire to test it and want to go move them and heard a pop and it shut off and wont come back on

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The first thing to check is the inline fuse. If it is blown and a new one does the same, you may have a shorted reverse polarity diode across the power input. If you need further information on how to check and replace it let me know.

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2. Go get a pack of 1n4004 and rosin core silver solder from radio shack and replace it paying attention to the direction it is installed.

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This may be a dumb question, but have you tried replacing the fuse in the power wire? That fuse blowing might have been the pop you heard. It is possible that you did short something out, though I have never had that happen by messing with the wires for the PA.

If replacing the fuse does not help, and you know that there is still good power and ground coming out of the power plug, you may want to try replacing the protection diode.

That is where I would begin, the fuse, power and ground coming into the radio, and then the protection diode. If nothing helps, please let me know.

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