Question about American Pro VS-2043 Car Audio Amplifier
The thermal protection would have reset when the amp cooled down. When cool, if it still goes into protection when it powers up, there are likely blown output transistors. To be sure it's not a wiring problem, disconnect the speaker wires 'from the terminal block of the amp' and disconnect the RCA cables from it. If it still goes into protection, the output transistors are almost certainly shorted.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
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