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Audiobahn A1300HCT No questions, I just wanted to thankyou for the "LED removal" fix! I had the same problem and the amp has been sitting in the garage for the last year or two. It might as well have been trash up until last night when I read your post. Damn, I forgot how good that thing sounded! I was told by professionals that the amp was shot, who would have thought> pluck the lights!!! anyways, thanks for the help!!!

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Not a problem! my audiobahn amp is still pounding also. those stupid leds will get you every time. What do the "experts" know.

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