Question about Crunch Drive V-600 Car Audio Amplifier
And the left out put dosn't work and it won't brige and i put new fuses in it to
If you have checked both onboard fuses and they are OK, then most likely the left channel is blown. That's a component level repair. I'd recommend having the amp tested at your local car audio shop. They should also be able to advise you better on whether to repair or replace the amp.
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