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Crown 3600vz the two red light on amp stay on and does not go off

Just bought a pair of crown amps 3600vz

the red light above each channel does not go off and the same for the power l;ight

can yu tell em what wrong?

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Disconnect your load (speakers) and check.if it is o.k your problem is in speaker.if the problem goen your problem will be short circuit in speaker or cabels.-if not the problem will be in amplifier and this is not logic matter because it is new -anyway try to disconnect all inputs.if the problem goen your problem is in one of the inputs-try to connect input one by one until you find the bad one-if all above failed return your amps back to the shop.(from where you get them)

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