Question about Diamond Audio D5-1200.1 Car Audio Amplifier
I just got a used Diamond audio 1200.1 to power my Diamond D6s. I had the system working for about 3 weeks and it was the loudest system I've ever heard. One day, I disconnected it to test my other amp and then re-connected the diamond and it blew the fuses instantly because I never disconnected my battery. Now I purchased new fuses to use and it automatically blows them when power is connected. I don't want to have to buy a new amp. What should I do? I already took it apart and can't see any visible problems. Any suggestions? Any suggestions? Anyone having same problem with other amps? Anyone know where to get a new 1200.1 board to replace it? Please help!!!
If there was a misconnection polarity, you coud check fo shorted diode at power entrance circuit.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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