Question about Memphis Car Audio & Video
I hate to tell you this, but you have something major. Shorted. Check your wires and conections with a meter. The bad news. Is your amp may be a goner.
Posted on May 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Please help
Check to make sure you speaker has not shorted. Try a different speaker. If this is not the case you could have an internal shorted transistor inside of the amplifier. or in some cases both. If it is in the amp and you are comfortable working on the amp remove the cover and along the side connected to the heatsink. You will find the smps and the output transistors. use an ohmeter and check across the three legs one way you sould get one reading and if you flip the leads you will get another. if you encounter no resistance, no matter which way the leads are placed. That transistor will probaly need to be replaced. But check the speaker before you do anything. and the wires going to the speakers.
Posted on Aug 03, 2006
SOURCE: AMP not workin
yes defrinately sounds like it needs repair. I would love to repair it for you or possibly buy it as-is. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and i will do what i can for you.
Posted on Nov 27, 2006
SOURCE: Keep Blowing Fuses
Sounds like the amp is shorting somehow. You are obviously shorting out somewhere between the battery and the amp. Are you sure you grounding location is a good one? is the fuse blowing only when you turn the stereo on? Something is not hooked up correctly.
If the fuse at the battery is blowing then it's a short.
If the fuse on the amp is blowing then its probably a bad amp.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
when connecting or disconnecting 12v power dont let the screwdriver touch the screw in terminal and side of amp at same time it causes a short in amp send it in to the factory or it could be the internal battery is burnt out from crankin it to loud
Posted on May 22, 2009
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