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My amp will work good for about five min. the led light will always stay green, then my subs will have a cracling sound and then nothing will come out of the amp the subs are perfectly fine. i had them tested but amp doesnt work. if you hit the amp somtimes it will kick back in again and work fine ? how can i fix this

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Something inside the amp is busted.... stop hitting it... and replace it.

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