Question about Sony XM-1252GTR Car Audio Amplifier
Sounds like you have overheated it one to many time and one of the mosfets is fried. The main cause to amp failure is over powering it. Turn it up to loud for to many times and it will prematurely fail ever time. Also check you speaker connections. If you have speaker wires grounding out it will cause you amp to go into protect mode. Also try disconnecting one side or the other. Maybe you have one speaker that is fried and causing your amp to shut down.
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