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How to fix my amer.pro1000watt amp which has a burnt fuse an doesnt put out music

My amp.was playing good until one off my bass speakers wire touched something an sparked the green light is stil on put there is no noise going to my mids speakers or my bass speakers am wondering how i can i fix this problem its a american pro vs-2043 1000watts 4ch amplifier i would really appriciate if you could help wit this problem

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You blew the output transistors. They all need to be replaced. Check this for more info: http://www.techlore.com/article/14696/

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