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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my amp overheats..
Do you mean that it actually over heats and shuts down? If it does then make sure you aren't trying to over drive it or underdrive the impedence. A good suggestion for cooling is get some 1/4" spacers and space the amp up off of the surface you mounted it too. I did it when I had my 2 Memphis M-Class 500Ws and just doing that they were cooler. Also make sure it is not mounted in a restricted air flow spot. If it is put some cooling fans by it to circulate some of the air. Let me know if you need some more help. Good luck.
Posted on May 01, 2008
I do believe this is caused by one of your amp fuses. Depending on which + on the amp is being used. That channel has a blown fuse. have you tried running + and -, + and - to both channels to see if both subs worked? If one sub doesn't then it's a blown fuse or scarred fuse and needs to be changed.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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