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I have two different amps, one for my subs, and one for my mids/highs. One day, my mids and highs cut out, and nothing is coming out of them. Only the subs are working. I checked the amps, and the fuses, everything has power. I'm not sure if it's a setting from the deck or what. It happened once before about a week ago, and what I did was turn it off, and then turn it back on and it worked. But this time it's not working. I hope you can help me with this.

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I tried disconnecting everything from the amps and re-connecting it and it worked

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