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No sound no light...nothing

I was driving and I turned the volume up a little bit and my sub just went out. I pulled over to take a look at it and the light on the sub amp was out. I noticed that a soda had spilled on my other amp but that one was working fine. Its a sony xplod im not sure what the wattage is it is pretty big. I'm using monstor cables and its just a 10" jl sub. What do u think the problem is? I have no clue

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Check all power present first

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