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Blowing of fuse indicated of shorted parts inline with the supply voltage. Most common shorted parts is the sound output IC which is mounted in the heatsink. If your handy with electronics, have knowledge in soldering and desoldering technique, pull-out this IC to the board and then try the unit. If the fuse does not blow this time, you must replace this IC and your unit will back to normal again.
Let me know if the symptoms still persist after you've done the above solution.
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Reason for your battery being drained is becuz your alternator isn't able to keep up with the power distributed to your amps becuz you are pushing way too much power. I would recommend a bigger alternator, separate batter for your cap and amps so your battery isn't drained.... Yes I understand that the cap is suppose to hold the power but your electrical system wasn't designed to take such a power loss due to running your stereo.
Um, hard to find eh ? Ok here are 2 links for those parts, in stock at mouser.
I didn't see any cross refs for that one. The only thing i didn't check was searching for other 150V N-Channel QFET, and 150V P-Channel QFET's, if you find some you could compare the datasheets. If you don't have time to lose, order from mouser :)
Cya ! cheebster.