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Sub not working any more

So i hooked up one 1100w 10 inch sony xplod sub to my amp and it was working great for a couple of months then after a while the sub would just stop working and then come back on like ten minutes later and then after awhile it stopped all together and i tested the sub it still works and the light on the amp still shows green any ideas?

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Mine does the same DONT BUY SONY XPLOYED THEY EXPLOYED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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