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Speakers dropping out & engine sounds

I have the above stereo running through a GM6200F 600W Amp. was fine till recently all speakers dropped out except the front left speaker and a loud whirring engine sound came through that speaker even with volume off. wierd thing is by turning volume right up the whole system starts working perfect but only for about 5min..

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Re: speakers dropping out & engine sounds

Sounds like your amp is bad

remove the amp and hook your speakers directly to the radio if the problem stops
then the amp might be messed up

if you got another radio try the amp with that radio to "double" check that it is the amp

if the problem is still there with the speakers hooked to the radio then you need to fix or get another radio

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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