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Csa300.1 bazooka 500 watts

It was working okay until I turned up the volume. It got very loud and I guess it just automatically died. I checked all wires and fuse. I have no clue because the light went to red. It was suppose to be green, but I think it still works. When I turn off the speaker and listen to the sub to see if the amp is working, the amp works but you can only hear the sub jumping couple of times...I think the amp if fried...Not sure because there's still noise...It's red the whole time, I uninstalled the amp and put it back on and it still wont work.

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Sounds like you may have blown your sub...sheck the spyder inside of it and see if it is stiff..if the speaker doesnt seem too responsive when you press on it, its probably blown...

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