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I was driving and it just cut off sony xm-d6000gtx

Checked the wires and the out put of the reciver and still nothing i was wondering if you know a if this is a common problemm or an easy fix
 light comes on the amp and my woofers are okay

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U should take your amp and woofers to the tip.

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