Question about Audio & Video Receivers
It most likely has a blown channel. It is going into the protect mode. If you have a multimeter I can guide you thru the process of figuring out which channel is blown and how to repair it. It will require, as noted above, a multimeter as well as a soldering iron, solder, solder wick and then the purchase of the bad parts. If you do not have this equipment there is no way for you to fix this yourself. You can always take it to a service center for repair if you are not able to do it yourself.
I have fixed many Fosgate amplifiers and can assure you there is no easy fix for your amplifier. It will require the replacement of parts.
Let me know if you are willing to try it yourself and I will help you as much as possible.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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