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My A3201Q Yes i have an audiobahn a3201q and recently it went into protect i removed all the output wires all that is connected is power and ground and remote and it still stays in protect any helpful tips on how to repair or info on a place i could get service done in the Nashville, Tenneessee area by any chance?

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Sounds like a fried output section. Sorry I am not familiar with the Nashville area. Maybe a Google search would turn up something. Good luck.

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Try unhooking the power, ground, and remote wires for a couple of minutes, also check all fuses on amplifier and fuse for power cable (usually under hood around battery), and don't forget to check ground wire connection for "good" contact.

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