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Amplifer I have a autotek ss290.2 amplifer and one day I turned the car on, and the amp does not work, there is no sound and the led light is on , and it is red, protect mode, not understanding why this is happing?

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Recheck your ground make sure it has a good connection most of the time this is what it is

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