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Hot amp why does my amp shut off when it gets hot?

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  • leo14 Feb 07, 2009

    i got a red light and then the amp shut off

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Make sure its got plenty of open space(if possible) add a fan maybe.

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I would take option 1 You have the amp so you can turn it up in the first place

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