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Amps here is my problem every time i put a fuse back into my amp it keep's blowing. at first i thought it was a shortage in my wireing but i hooked up another amp and it work perfectly and when i switch the amp back over if blowed fuses again. so i was wondering could you tell me whats wrong with my amp and how can i fix the problem.

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If the amp blows a fuse with no remote voltage applied, the amp has a short in the primary side of the power supply. If the fuse only blows after remote voltage is applied, the amp probably has shorted output transistors.

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