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Wet Amp I spilled soda on my seat. the amp is underneath the seat and got into the amp a little bit. the amp still works but only with one of two subs. the second 10" sub does not even viabrate. inside the little window of the amp its fogged up. wat do i do or can i do is it the amp or the sub thats bad? its a 1000 Watt Koiiler amp.

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You probably too out an output on the amplifier. Will need repair.

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