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Amp i have a rockford fosgate p6001bd amp and the protect light came on when a fuse blew so how do i turn this off? is there a reset button

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There is no reset button. If you disconnect all of the speaker wires from the amplifier's speaker terminals and unplug the RCA cables, does the protect light still come on (I assume that you've already replaced the fuse)?

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