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My amp wont give me any power

I have a p3001 amp had it hooked up for couple of months with know problems and one day just stop working and now thermal light wont go away any ideas will it work again !!!!!!

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    Driving the amplfier @ too low impedence?

    What is hooked up to the amplifier?

    You may have damaged it internally, and to repair... see a tech.

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All the p series amps were discontinued for similar problems, they have a newer model out now. they have very weak boards internally and failed faster when mounted to the sub enclosure or very close to it from subsonic vibration. i would guess the amp is toasted.

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