Question about Lanzar VIBE286 Car Audio Amplifier
Hi, when the fuses blow it can only mean that the current the passed thru it is greater than its rating. It is possible that the fuses installed has a lower rating than is required by your amp. To check look over the specs of your amp and determine the proper amperage (amp) rating. Specs may be found on a sticker at the bottom or side of the amp and may look something like 12V-20A meaning 12 volts 20 amperes. In the absence, you may want to check the box and/or the instructional manual that came with it ot go to the manufacturer's website to checkout the specs. If you are referring to the fuse serving all your amps, players, receivers, etc, then you have to addup all their individual A rating and get a fuse whose rating is equal to the addedup value. Although this is not a sound practice and individual fusing is preferable. If the amp rating is equal to the fuse rating but it still blows, then you may want to have your amp checked. Trying to install a higher rating will most likely prevent fuses blowing and present itself as a temporary solution but the real problem is not solved and may be aggravated. Hope this be of some help and good luck.
Posted on Apr 22, 2007
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