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The music was to loud and the amp went off.wont play any source

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Check your fuses, sounds like somthing may of blown, it mite of been too loud were you couldnt hear the amp making a click sound, when that happens a fuse can go at anytime

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My amplifier turned off while playing and wont turn on at all now


Hello, it sounds like you shorted the outputs of your amp or the power supply mosfets shorted. Very common when people have the music at a loud volume. Does the protect light come on? If not then the power supply is probably shorted not letting the protect circuit get any voltage. Some amps do this and other amps if the power supply shorts have the protect cicuit built in such a way that if the power supply shorts out the protect circuit still works. Cause you checked all wiring and redid it and no fuses blew then this is your problem. I repair amps everyday for a living. ?Most of my out of state customers are from fixya.com. I'm the cheapest amp repair business you'll find. If interested send me a private message letting me know what kind of amp it is, name and model number, and i'll get you back up and running with warranty.

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fuses will be on the inside of the amp. you will have to disconnect it from the power and open the box to get at the fuses( some fuses are accessible from the outside of the amp) also, you may have blown the input or output section of your amp. this is not easy to fix at all. you can blow it from playing your music too loud or from a loud source. while the case is open, have a look at the solder joints on everything. if anything is brown, covered in white residue bulging, melted, burned or looks disconnected, that is probably the problem.

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