Question about Car Audio & Video
My amp just stopped working it keeps blowing the 100 amp fuse in my main power wire every tome i turn it on, theleds blink faintly and the amp makes a cliking sound, so i opened it up and really checked it over i seen nothing to lead me to beleive that its blown,would you have any ideas?
If the fuse only blows after remote voltage is applied, it likely has shorted output transistors.
You should confirm that nothing external is causing this by disconnecting the speaker wires from the amplifier's speaker terminals and disconnecting the RCA cables from the jacks.
What make/model amp is this?
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