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You amp went into protect mode from an abnormal condition. Were you hammering on this amp when that started? I might suggest letting up on it a bit if so. Also check your wiring. Make sure all are insulated well and fully connected. It cut the noise off because if it would have continued it would have blown your amp. Make sure the fuse is good as well. Perhaps it is getting weak. Turn things down and turn the amp on. Give it a chance to cool for a bit first and then turn things down and turn it on. Everything a go? Then turn it up a bit then. My guess is it was getting worked a bit to hard and went into protect mode. Give the amp a rest from time to time. Good luck.
Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty. D
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Try shutting the igniton off for 10seconds and turning back on. See if it resets. If it doesn't check your wiring (disconnect the speaker wire) and then try again to see if the short is there. Check your power/ground wire too. If all is well with wiring you have a faulty amp
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.
sounds like u have shorted opt transistors no big deal goto nte electronics.com and replace . these amps r known 4 postive switching regulators going bad 3$ part rep[lace the #sholud be like tl 494cn square 14 pin blk long hopes this help u later dude