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On the inside of the amp, there is the power inlet that goes to the fuse inlet, the wires on the circuit board that connect these have been burned 'BLOWN'.when i hook it up it doesn't do anything.

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  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    Can you send me a photo of the damaged area?

    babin_perry@yahoo.com


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Because the power inlet to the fuse is blown ur amp will not get power, i have the same prob.
just the other way around , i blew the ground..so ugot to get tht power fix then u wil have no problem

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

  • loyaltyoverb Jul 03, 2010

    i hav tha same amp n tha problem im having is: when i turn the car on the amp pwr on but thn goes into protect mode...can any 1 help me with ths problem on what it cud be ?

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