Well the amp sent its main output stage to its line out stage. it smoked and burned up. i can see all the blown components there is three resistors and a vouple of transistors. all on the output stage. can i just replace these transistors and resistors.
I think you could but before doing that did the amp itself send the output to the line if it did then replacing the parts would be pointless. if it was a hook up problem then replace parts and don't let it happen again
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Even withou the help of any diagram you have a visual indication. Look inside to the area of the burn. identify the component. check around the burned area for the cause of the burn. it could be the failue of the output or the power side. equipped with a multimeter you must be able to identtify stage by stage the short of the circuit. remove, replace and test. afterwards connect the woofer - check if your woofer coils are damaged too- Hope this helps? Good day
Use a meter, check voltage at main power input, should be at least 11 volts. Check the resistance on your ground and if you have it grounded to a seat bolt or side panel move it to the floor. ( don't drill without looking underneath!) you don't want to replace a fuel line! or worse!. Check your remote trigger for 12v and check the amps fuse. Beyond that, the problem would be internal and need serviced. If you can work at board level, post a comment and I can help you further.Hope this helps
Protection means that the output stage of the amp has detected a problem. Usually this is because there is DC present on the speaker line indicating blown outputs. Figure on $25-$45 for parts plus the local labor rate for the repair.
if burned components are on output stage or amplifier section on board..Then look at the oposite side of amp..Both amplifier section should be a mirror image oof componentc from other..that way you can know the values of parts.If they are on power supply section ..Then you might need manual if available..