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Amps Power and Protect LEDs Both on But No Sound

My system was working fine until one day I noticed the lack of bass and realized that my amp was stuck in protect mode but the green power led is lit as well...ive changed the amps fuse and the line fuse but neither made a difference...ive checked the ground as well and its fine...what could be the issue?

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  • jayhenny Mar 07, 2009

    is that the only explanation? i just got it back from being repaired too! =[

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