Question about Pioneer GM-X862 Car Audio Amplifier
There is a possibility that the current load is excessive nor there is a short circuit from elsewhere, do not try to install again a new fuse unless you are certain there is no shortages of any wire from inside the amp and throughout the system by physical inspection
also install the right value for your fuse meaning the right amp and voltage, high temp is an indicator of shortages and defective power transistor
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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