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Hey amp stoped working when i blew a fuse for radio.. flasses E-02..whats this mean?

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According to page 7 of the radio's manual, E-02 means the amp has failed and DC is being applied to the speakers. It also says "Turn the POWER switch "OFF" and release the protection."

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