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FIX AN AMP

I touced the B+ and the GRN together and now my amp wont turn on and the LED light wont turn on either... Is there any way to fix this??

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  • Christopher Villa Jun 10, 2008

    But when i hook up a different amp to my car, it turns on...

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It probably blew the fuse near the battery or in the distribution block.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

You need to disconnect your battery from now on before working on your system.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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My son accidentally the pos and neg speaker wires together and the fuses blew on the amp and now the power light wont come on at all do you think the amp is damaged?


If I had to guess by touching the positive and the negative terminals together it probably fried up the transistors. While back I did the same to my amp and poof amp no longer worked. Took the amp apart to find the transistors fried up. Ordered them from the manufacturer but never installed them, ended up buying a new amp. Mainly, replacing the amp doesn't mean it would fix the problem....

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if i was you i would first check the fused if there not popped trace the wire from the battery to the amp see if you can find a burnt spot on the wire it should have a burnt spot on the ajasent part of the car.. untell you find that wire it will drain your battery "try to disconnect the amp wire from the battery recharge or jump start your car run your car for 20 mins" that should fix your car... www.tonytkokelly@yahoo.com if you have questions

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