Question about Power Acoustik LT-980/2 Car Audio Amplifier
I have a Boss C650 1000W 4-channel amp.
The fuses with the fuse holders all burned! where can I find these parts and how can I fix this?
CALL BOSE THEM SELF..OR A BOSE REPAIR SHOP THEY WILL GET THEM FOR YOU.......
THEN TAKE THE AMP APART DESOLDER THE HOLDERS AND REPLACE THEM YOU CAN GET A REAL CHEAP SOLDERING IRON AND SOLDER @ RADIO SHACK CALL A REPAIR PLACE.....FIX IT YOUR SELF SAVE YOUR SELF A LOT OF MONEY AS LONG YOU DID NOT BURN UP COMPONENTS TAKE A LOOK INSIDE FIRST BEFORE YOU BUY ANYTHING GOOD LUCK
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
It sounds like the power cable you have may be too small. If you're using an 8 gauge for both the power and the ground, try switching to a 4 gauge for both.
Posted on Aug 24, 2006
I'm sorry but your problem was a little confusing. Your speakers worked fine, you hooked up a 1000W amp and now you cant hear the sound ?
Then you say "they say because the wires were connected wrong in the amp it burned" does that mean your amp burnt out ?
Please post back and sort these facts out for further assistance.
As of right now im not sure if the problem is with the speakers or the amp itself.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: fuse keeps melting
yes this can be repaired and no you wouldn't have to have an external fuse. What you need to do is first find someone that is good with a soldering iron. Next open the amplifier and look at the area where the fuse holder is located. You want to make sure that the area is clean and that the board is not damaged. To make sure that the area is clean well take some regular rubbing alcohol, 70% or higher,and a small paint brush put the brush in the alcohol and clean the area that was causing the problem regardless if there is any debris or not. This not only cleans the area but also prepares it for the solder job that is to come. Next take your soldering iron out apply solder wick to the board and remove all the old solder on the board. Make sure that you do not lift the pads that the connections are soldered to. after you have removed all the old solder from both the board and the fuse holder place the fuse holder into the slots where it belongs and apply some flux and fresh solder to the area. this will take no time to cool. be careful not to burn the board. After that has all been done put the amplifier back together and test it out. You should not have any problems after that.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
need repairs on the inside usually when u see that fuse melt something else probably melted on the inside. something is grounding out the amp on the inside . get it checked
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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