Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Most likely there is a short in the output stage. This would mean changing the output IC's and most likely the damaged support compoenents and driver devices.
The Alpine service rep can fix this for you. Some serious troubleshooting will be required.
The cause of this type of faulure is usualy from the following:
Posted on May 29, 2008
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