Question about Lanzar VIBE286 Car Audio Amplifier
Try running the amp without the speaker wires hooked up. See if the light is still on. If it is still on, the disconnect all power to amp for 12 hours. This should reset the amp. Then try again without and then with the speakers. This should fix the problem. If the light is still on, that means a capacitor inside could have overheated and fried the output.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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