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Car amp has power but will not push subs

Amp started smoking one night and stopped workin. i took it apart and saw nothing burt or anything that appeared out of the ordinary. hooked it to a friends subs and still nothing. power light comes on but no protect. hooked my subs to friends apm and they worked fine

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    amp has power but its not pushing subs

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    the car has a built in amp all ready. so i just want to hook up a amp for a 10' sub

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Output blown on power supply - repair by tech required.

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