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Does my amps red light mean stop

My friend hooked my amp up reversing the positive and negative cables i saw a flash from the amp and smoke,but the wierd thing is it didnt blow a fuse and i cant see any damage but do see the red light that i guess means protect mode. just kinda looking for hope or away to maybe save it from the trash.

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The red light is for overload. Even though it has not blown any fuses but its definitely fried some capacitor,diodes,etc. If its still giving you sound output, make sure that your equipment is properly grounded before you start using it.........sodeep

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