Question about Legacy - American II: 4 Channel 1000W American II Series LA-690 Car Audio Amplifier
Theres most likly an open ground printed circuit trace on the Printed circuit board on the bottom. first clue is You said your girlfriend disconncted and blew the fuse. You gonna have to ytake the amp apart and totally disassemble the PCB off the rails and everything unless theres a bottom cover. It may be an obvious burn or could be hidding under the green paint of a trace?? Goos luck
Posted on Jun 07, 2006
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