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Subwoofer blowing internal fuse as soon as you power up

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Check your bridge rectifier if no short,audio stage is blown

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Did you manage to fix the problem, i have the same thing

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I repair car amplifiers for a living, and can tell you with all honesty that bypassing the fuse would be a terrible mistake to make, the amplifier would end up being un-fixable with holes burned right into the board.

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