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No power to my subs

I have a audiobaun amp and two 12's. When i was driving my subs stoped hitting. My amp still lights up and the needles jump but my subs are not getting power. I check all the connections and everything is good.Could my amp be the problem and is there a way to test it? Probably a dumb question lol

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It is a audiobaun. Get rid of it. :-)

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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