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Amplifier problem i installed a fusion sub and amp in my car the other week and it came on how it should for about 5 minutes then went back off again and i couldnt get it to go back on. a couple of days later i re-wired it to make sure everything was how it should be and it came back on, this time it was on for longer and i thought i had sorted it but sure enough a couple of hours later off it went again.anyone got any ideas? cheers cerin

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Chceck if its not over heating. If its very hot move it to the different place or install a fan

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Check your grounds, and all of your wiring. Does it just shut off or does it blink and go into protection mode?

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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