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No Power to the Amp

I was driving to town the other day on a dirt road and my bass suddenly went out. I stopped and checked my amp to find out that there was no power going into it. I got home later and redid the wiring to the amp and even tested the wires to make sure they had power, but still no power to my amp. Any ideas? The amp isn't even 7 months old yet but I made the mistake of throwing away the box and receipt.

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My car battery got battery got power but my amp not coming on noore

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Re: No Power to the Amp

Open the amp and look for a fuse either on a circuit board or on wires inside. trace power wires onto board.

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