Question about Car Audio & Video
If you still have speakers connected to it, disconnect them at the amp/receiver then power up. If the fuse still blows, you have a bad power supply or transformer and it needs service. If it stays on, check speakers and wiring for shorts by using a meter and checking continuity on wires and resistance on speakers. If your not familiar as to how to do this, go to any home audio shop and they will test them for you, usually free of charge and it only takes a couple minutes. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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