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Pt- red light on

I had disconnect the subwoofers from the amp to upgrade and did not use the amp for about a week. When I connected the new subwoofers to the amp the PT red light turned on and the amp has not worked since? I have checked the wiring and everything is how it was when it was working fine. What do I need to do in order to make the PT- red light turn off, and get the amp to work again?

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Mine done that the other day and i took the fuse out of the side of the amp for about a minute put it back in and came on dont know why it worked but it did hope that helps you l

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