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Free repair questions on answers 2001 ford expedition e.b. on audio radio amplifier

The amp is not working and i don't know what to check could some one please help i am disabled and have someone that can help me fix but we don't know where to start owners book doesn't say which fuse it is

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Check all the fuses and replace, including the power fuse and any that might be inside the unit. Too many speakers connected together can cause an overload and either blow a fuse or trigger the protection circuitry. If the protection is triggered or blows a fuse with all speakers disconnected, then your amp is shot and needs repair.

Hope this helps, and please rate my advice.
Thank you, and good luck!!

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