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Amp is cutting out

The amp is cutting out when i turn it up it is flashing e-01

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There may be a short or blown speaker. Try disconnecting the speakers and turn it up. If nothing happens, then one or more speaker is shorted internally. Connect one speaker at a time, turning up the volume to see if the error re-occurs. when it does, then that speaker is bad. However, if it still happens with all speakers disconnected, then there is aproblem with the amp itself and will need repair.

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Good luck!

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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