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Why is my BAMF power akoustic amp staying in protection mode? I was driving and all sound shut off. I figured it overheated. Therefore I let it cooldown for a good 8 hours.

It still powers up and stays in protection mode even when all speaker wires are disconnected as well as the RCA Is the amp fried? Wont come out of protection no matter what I do.. -_-

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Most likely a transistor has blown in the amp. If you would like me to repair it for you, contact me at ken_more@netzero.net

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