Question about Profile CL1200 Car Audio Amplifier
My in-line fuse blew so I replaced it. Then after I replaced it my amp played for about two minutes. Then It totally quit. I checked the in-line fuse and it is fine. I then checked the amps fuses are they were blown. I then replaced the amp's fuses and when I went to put the new ones in the immediatly blew. What is going on? Any suggestions?
The reason why fuses blow is that the current is too much. Is the fuse rating according to the specs ? If yes then ... One or more output power transistor (or audio power IC) may be shorted. have it checked before replacing another fuse as this might cause more damage.
Posted on May 22, 2007
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