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My Pyle pro PEXA plays good for 5-10 mins but then goes into protect mode but is not overheating

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Try swapping the "bad" fuses for the "good" ones and see if that helps. That will tell you if the fuses are the problem. I doubt that is the problem. You never said what kind of problem you were having with the left speaker. If your friend dropped a drink into the amp then I would discontinue using it until it was checked out and don't be surprised if you have one channel that has some parts that need replacing, like some of the output transistors/MOSFET's. That might explain why your fuses appear to be melted. Maybe they are. In any case, get someone who knows what they are looking at to have a look see at your amp.

Posted on Jan 17, 2007

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SOURCE: my pyle amp keeps going into protection when i turn my music up and play it for a min

The most common cause is an unsafe load/speaker impedance. If you have the speakers wired correctly, you may have a short in the wiring. If the wiring is OK, the amp is likely defective

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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SOURCE: car audio amp in protection mode

If you power up the amp with the RCAs plugged in, does it go into protection mode.

If you power up the amp with the RCAs plugged in, does the woofer pop?

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Technics amp su-vx800 goes in to protection mode

yes it can, it sounds like its over heating, make sure that your product is able to get fresh circulated / cooler air
if it already is, then it probably is a faulty product.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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im going to hook up a thicker ground wire and ground it to a better place.
my positive wire is as big as i could get and my RCA cables are the good ones
this is a great place yo get information. Thanks.

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