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My amp is on but no sound

I have had the amp working for months i disconnecter the sub today with the power off to change the box attached the same sub in the same connector on the amp yet all i get i nothing the green lightfor power comes on and i have a red protect light that now glows i have checked and double checked the wires but nothing please help its driving e nuts

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Did you disconnect the battery? You may have bowwn a fuse, but that prolly wouldnt give you a protect light. Protect light usually means a short circuit, probably on the speaker end, sure there couldnt be maybe a single strand of wire crossing over the positive and negative speaker or amp terminals.

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