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My friend was hooking up my amp in my car , had the green light lit up , then he was tightening the hot wire to the amp , and nicked the side off the amp with the screw driver , and then there was tiny sparks for a sec. then no light ....... Is this fixable ?

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IT MAY be just fuses inside the case. You could check... Also check the Reverse Polarity Protection Diode too. But often an event such as this will trash the units power supply and more.

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