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My amp was working fine, then 1 day it went out. I jiggled the power cable and it would come on for a few minutes, but now I am not getting any power at all?

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Checked both sides of the main (60w) fuse with a multimeter and found that it wasnt receiving power ofter the battery. Looked like the seals went bad and moisture somehow got into it, replaced it and it works fine now.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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