Question about JBL GTO755.6 Car Audio Amplifier
Amps overheat if the impedance is missmatched, if the grounding is not sufficient or if there is an internal component failure. Normally the fuse will blow to stop the amp from damaging itself, unless you are using a fuse which is too high ampage than the factory fuse, then you will be damaging your amp instead. I'd say it could be a blown transistor. If so you will need to open up the amp run a multimeter to check resistance on the transistors if it's close to 0 they are blown. Other signs could be soot on the board and any obvious damage.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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