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MY AMP KEEPS BLOWIN THE FUSE...i CHANGED THE GROUND AND HOT WIRE TO BIGGER GUAGE WIRE AND THE PROBLEM STILL THERE ..........THE AMP IS A ALPINE MRV-307

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Hello creelb22,

Fuses usually blow because of a short of too much current.

Test your wiring (including the speaker wires) and make sure they are not shorting or grounding against the vehicle chassis. Also make sure that the speaker voice coils are not shorted.

Hope this helps.

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