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SWA1501 Sub blows fuses when turned on...

My sub wouldn't turn on at a recent gig, si I checked the fuse. Sure enough it was blown. I replaced the fuse(with the proper one) turned the unit on and it blown another fuse. What can cause this????

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Shorted amp or blown speaker. Other things could also cause it. But there is a short circuit in it.

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