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Fuse location on a punch 301m

I cant find the fuse on the amp it self . all other amps that i have had there has always been sn on board fuse. so where is it on this one. plz help me

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The older Rockford amps required external fuses. There were no on-board fuses.


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I have few schematics of Rockford Fosgate units, let me know model number of amplifier to see if its schematics exist in my stock or not.
In case schematics does not exist in my stock, you need to contact Rockford Fosgate for required schematics.
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