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Heating up i installed my deck had someone else check it out and everything is hooked up right but the back of my deck gets very hot,hot enough to burn your finger when touched but not give you a blister or anything.I cant figure it out.

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Suspect short circuit inside if output performance is below satisfactory level and current drawn is 20% or more than rated.

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