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One speaker is working more than the other

Everything is hooked up right, blew the fuse when i was working on mounting the subs, power touched ground for a second, thought it wouldn't even work till i plugged it in and started working, no red light, replaced the fuse on the amp ( plus the one from the battery) i have it briged at 4 ohm, i have dual voice coil memphis 10s and if one is working more than the other with it bridged would i need to get a new amp or does it sound like i got lucky and just need to rewire the speakers right?

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I would replace the wire your sub is hooked up to and try hooking up the sub that was sparked to the opposite channel on the amp to make sure the amp is not the culprit. Also switch RCA cables L to R, R to L

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