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Red light on but no power to the woofer

Amp has gone through a couple of fuses. I did see some smoke when i recplaced one of t he fuses. Now the light comes on but no sound comes to the sub. Is it cooked or what. Thanks

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If you saw smoke, Im sorry to tell you, your going to need to take the amp to a repir personm or shop. Good luck and please let us know how you made out with this repair.

Posted on Oct 05, 2006

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