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Disconnect all speakers
Meter power, remote, ground at amp, if all is good move on, if not check main fuses
Turn amp on; If in protect mode then your amp is toast
Turn amp on, if not in protect mode then start reconnecting speakers one by one until your amp goes into protect mode, then you'll know which speaker is bad.
Hi. You will have to start with the fuses. If you connected the main power cord from the amp directly to the battery, you will only have to check the fuse on the same line. If however, you connected it to a positive wire inside the vehicle, you will have to locate the fuse box and check them all. If all fuses are fine and still no luck, you may have popped a fuse inside the amp. Hope this helps
Check your power wire & ground wire if there is any exposed wires that is touching any surface/wires. A blown fuse means there is a short in your system. Also make sure you are feeding your car amplifier with 12v to 14v (some amplifiers can handle up to 18v).
Here is a link about fuses, also this website will give you everything about car audio.
Hope this answer your inquiry. Have a blessed weekend.
This will happen when there is a hot wire touching within the wiring scheme or, it could be merging circuitry within the radios main circuit board, which is mainly heat related and will happen over a long period of usage.
I recommend running a complete wire check form the radio and o the amp and all speakers. check the main radio wire harness for worn or lose connectors. make sure the ground is secure and the hot wire isn't crossing.
In most cases, this will be caused by merging circuits within the radio itself.if this is the case, you will have to replace the radio.
It would be very dangerous to bypass a fuse. If it keeps blowing, bypassing the fuse will only create lots of internal damage and maybe a fire as well. The fuse is blowing for a reason, the amplifier is not going to somehow start working because you bypassed the fuse. You also need to stop trying to turn it on, every time it blows the fuse, it keeps stressing the components inside. You have a shorted power supply, probably water damage as well since the power wire got wet.
I repair car amplifiers for a living, and can tell you with all honesty that bypassing the fuse would be a terrible mistake to make, the amplifier would end up being un-fixable with holes burned right into the board.
Please, just take it in for service or get a new amplifier. That is the only sensible thing to do. The amp will not start working bypassing the fuse, it will only start smoking.