Question about JVC SPPWA670 Subwoofer
There may be a loose wire inside that is moving from the bass and shorting out when it touches the wrong place inside. Check and see if that's what it is.
If not, try turning the Bass/Volume down some on the Subwoofer so it's not putting so much of a strain on the Amplifier.
Another thing you could try, but it's usually NOT recommended, is to use a fuse with a higher Amperage rating so it's a bit harder to blow.
I hope this helps :)
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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