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Speakers fried a regulator

Myspeakers burnt one of the regulators. and the amount of power going to the woofer and satalite speakers seems to be far more than what it should be. what could be the problem and can i solve it?

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Replace the reguletor & change the satalite speakers. If not solved for more assistance ask me 7-8 days later.

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