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Power lite on, no sound from amp after 1hr of usage

I have a Kenwood KAC-428s that stops producing sound after about an hour. Red lite is still on but no sound through the amp. Properly ventilated, volume on low, any ideas?

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HI DUDE UR REMOTE WIRE FUSE IS BURNT .... REPLACE IT ... AND UR SPEAKER ... OR SUB TAKES LOT POWER FROM AMP .... ....

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