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Hi got a Kustom 36 Coupe single 12 and it seems when ever i turn the amp on, a fuse will blow out. I change the blown fuse, turn the amp back on and it blows out straight away again. Im wondering if something is gone wrong with the wiring board..... not to sure bout these things. If you could help it would be appreciated Thanks

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