I have a audiobahn 6004T it just quit working when i was driving down the road. the protection light is on. it not burnt up because it smell fine and i had computer guy at school look at but the protection wont let it come on ive checked the ground remot wire power wire everything ive done everthing but the protection wont go off please tell me how to fix it
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Re: my amp quit working
Ok I thought I anwered this one but first thing to try is disconnect all your speakers and see if the light goes out if it doesnt then your gonna need a schematic and a working know how on solid state amplifiers. first check al the outputs for the speakers for dc If theres dc on an output then that output device is shorted or leaky. Ive have open drivers as well as current control transistors leaky or shorted to that made the protection come on.. Good Luck
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it maybe fixable. the problem is that when you find what is burnt or messed up, you replace it. after that you need to find out why it burnt or messed up. i wouldnt recomend trying to fix it your self unless you wanna chance it. but if you take it to a technician that can fix it the will be able to tell you if it can be repaired. also check your power and ground wires. make sure youre getting 12 volts to the amp. check your subs and make sure they are good. a bad sub will put a amp into protect. good luck.
Either blown subs, or bad amp.. Disconnect the subs, and try turning the amp on, if the amp is still in protect then your amp is bad, if the protect light goes off, then your subs are bad, or possibly wired at to low of an impedance, but I don't think that will trigger the protect on an Audiobahn amp.
Disconnect all speaker wires from the speaker terminals of the amp and disconnect signal cables from the amp. If it powers up normally, the wiring and speakers need to be checked. If it still shuts down, the amp likely has blown output transistors.