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Trubleshooting I have a 10'' L7 kicker sub that stops working when the volume is turned up. Just bought new amp. Everything is hooked up correctly so whats my problem?

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You might nee a new speaker sounds like your amp is going into protect mode your voice coil might be going out try it with a diffrent speaket

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