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Immeadiatly shuts down

Hello this is a memphis pro 1000.1 car amp the green light come`s on for a sec then shuts off but the fan in side keeps runing..but i`m not geting any sound?
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  • victorcepeda Dec 13, 2008

    hi i have a memphis 1000 watts mono amps and i just installed an d it works for like 10 minutes or a little bit more and shuts down to the red light and again i start the car and amp works a little bit and again shuts down what can i do

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First disconnect the speakers and check if the amp. stays on.If don't your audio amplifiers IC's are in bad conditions.Good luck.

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