Question about Car Audio & Video
I have the same amp with the same problem; brand new; even tried hooking straight to battery; good luck!
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
Here are some answers:
1. Make sure your amp does not have a higher amp rating then the fuse, For example, an 18 amp amplifier will blow an 15 amp fuse, so connect it to a 20 amp fuse
2. you have a connection issue, where something is shorting out
3. you are pushing the amp or car to it's limit with how loud you put it, and thus blowing it, fixed by getting a more powerful amp and a better fuse.
4. or there is something very wrong and cannot help you and you would have to bring it into a shop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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