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My jensen js800 subwoofer keep burning fuses as soon as I turn on

What can I do to prevent my fuses from blowing?

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  • CantStopDaLu Nov 08, 2008

    I've changed the fuse several times and the volum is set on the minimum rating. Each time I connect the electrical plug to power the fuse blows.

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You most likely have the + battery and - earth connected in the opposite terminals, easy mistake to make

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:))))))) You can try to fix it or not to listen it on the max power all the time.You have to send more informations whats happening

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