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My amp just died and its not even a day old, it was brand new and everything was hooked up right i was just in the middle of a song and it just blanked out i tried absolutely everything and it wasnt being overdriven and it was not at a low impedence i changed fuses and checked every connection my LED wont even come on.

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Stop trying to hook it up your self and go to the professionals.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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If you have a power capacitor hooked in with your amp unhook it and see if the amp works without it .

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Dude check your remote wire and your ground also make sure you power wire hasn't come undone anywhere i mean really look at this stuff

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