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I have a 60 amp fuse under the hood.. and two 30 amp fuses on the amp. when i turn the power on the blue led light come on and then both 30 amp fuses blow.. all my wireing should be set correctly sence bestbuy ran the wires and hooked it up to an alpine 500watt max 250 rms amp and it works like a pro..but when i switch amps the Audiobahn A1504DP 4 channel 1800 watt amp blows its own fuses..its weird?.. i was thinking about taking it to a shop to get checked?..

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Either you attached power wires wrong when you hooked up amp or you have bad amp

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