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It says overload

When i plug it in it turns on then shuts right off then it flashes OVERLOAD,worked great before i moved though.any ideas?thanks

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All the speakers connected right?
ANy speaker fuses not accounted for?
If you moved , someone may have dropped it or bonked it enough to crack a printed circuit board. That would make things unpleasant.
It's fairly easy to fix a cracked PCB if you know what to look for.

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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