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AMP PROBLEM MY AMP KEEPS BLOWING ALL FUSES CAN YOU HELP.I FIT NEW AND TURN ON IT IS OK.THEN TURN ON CD THEY BLOW.HAVE TRIED TUNER NO SOUND BUT FUSE DOES NOT BLOW.COPLAND CSA14

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Check ur speakers they can cause the short with vol

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