Question about Rockford Fosgate P3001 Car Audio Amplifier
I found out that I have a leak in my trunk and my amp must have gotten wet and fried itself. I smell a strong burnt electrical smell and I see where a piece has melted. It is a tiny black rectangular piece, and there is a lot of them in the amp. I am pretty good with electrical equipment and I would like to try to fix it. Do you know which piece it is or do I need to show you a picture. If I replace that piece do you think it will work?
See if you can read any markings on this part. If you can't, maybe a photo might provide a clue.
Posted on Sep 28, 2006
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