Question about Car Audio & Video
Had a power surge in my truck causing my amp to go into protect mode, can this be reset, or is it in need of servicing? Thanks.
Protect mode should be reset if the negative of your amp is disconnected then reconnectewd. if it doesnt help, move your ground to a different location. if THIS doesnt help, consider a repair or a new amplifier.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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