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Amp keeps blowing the fuses

Every time i try and hook up my amp to the car i make sure nothing is connected b4 i put the wires on once i done this i hook the wires up and the battery wire shorts and sparks and blows the 2 25 watt fuses. Can u help.

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3. you are pushing the amp or car to it's limit with how loud you put it, and thus blowing it, fixed by getting a more powerful amp and a better fuse.

4. or there is something very wrong and cannot help you and you would have to bring it into a shop.

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