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This could be because of shorted/pinched speaker wires. or shorted output devices in the final stage of the amp. try to disconnect all the speaker wires from amp then try it again, if it blows the fuses again, there is a short in the amp and unless you can test the output transistors orv the outputdevices, then you will need to take the amp into a repair shop or replace it
Posted on May 02, 2010
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