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My amp went into protect

Mt jesen A600HLX is stuck in protect, i dont kno whats wrong with it other then i was told i have blown a channel... i brought it to a company to fix it and they said they cant do anything without a schematic, ive searched evvveeerrryyyywhere and i couldnt find one, i like this amp alot even tho it might not be the best in the world, it was a strong amp. id hate tosee it go in the trash so could u please send me a schematic for my amp. or send the technician the schematic. or just tell me how to fix it if possible. thanks alot - tom

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  • Thomas Fulop Jul 17, 2006

    alright well im not really an amp wizz or n e thing so... how can i do this? wats an emitor resistor and my multimeter has 7 different settings i can use to check ohms, i really dont kno whats anything looks like other than a resistor or a transistor. thanks - tom



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See my solution for:,p424435/Eclipse-Car-Amplifiers.aspx And they shouldn't need a schematic unless they can't read the part numbers of the fried components.

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