Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ive had my amp for about 4 years and did me well went to a party tolk my amp after to 3rd night let it worm up for 10 15 mins went to turn it up and whilst doing so my left ports died
You may have blown a fuse on the left channel due to speaker wires shorting or a defective speaker. If there are no fuses on the rear of the amp there are probably internal fuses. They are usually glass with a small wire running from end to end. If the fuse is blown the wire will be broken. Replace with the same value of fuse.
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
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