Question about MTX Thunder 1501D Car Audio Amplifier
You need to switch your meter to ohms and measure the resistance across them. You should read something near 4.75 ohms.
4.75 ohms would cause a constant tone on diode check or continuity.
Did you replace all 8 output transistors?
If not, are you sure that the other 4 transistors haven't failed?
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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