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My KAC-X812D amp is stuck in safe

How can i get my amp out of safe mode?i had fior about aa year and 3 months after i bought it the watts dropped while i was driveing and know it only puts out not even half of what it use too,i had it disconected for about a week but it's still not working like the day i bought it

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From what you are explaining here, it suggests that there is an internal problem with the amp (Blown mosfets, pre-amp etc.) I suggest taking the amp to an authorised service centre.

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