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Mtx blue thunder pro3002

My older amp left channel output blew i think. the fuse blew and now there is no sound on the left channel. what can i do?

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Re: mtx blue thunder pro3002

Take this apart and look at the magnet wire windings look for any thing broke or burnt. If not it is very likely it is more cost effective to buy new.

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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