Question about Sony XM-D1000P5 Car Audio Amplifier
Hi a fuse blew under the bonnet of my car and my sony xm-d1000p5 locked itself in protective mode. how do i reset this?
Sounds like a wiring short somewhere in the powerline from the battery to the amp. I'm guessing the fuze you're refering to is the one inline from the vehicles' battery to the amp. You'll need to find the short, fix it, then replace any blown fuzes before the amp will power up. Just take your time and go over all the wiring to and from the amp. Make sure the battery power cable hasn't shorted against the firewall(use a rubber grommet here), no screws have gone through it while reinstalling interior panels, and that your amps terminal connections aren't grounding out against each other due to stray copper strands.
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