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Car Amp. I was messing around with my car stereo, checking the subs to see if they were both working correctly. And I accidently hit one of my RCA cables (end/ metal part) on another metal connection on the amp. Well now my amp dosen't work at all. I changed the fuse on the amp and to the battery and it gets power but no sound. Is there a fuse inside the amp? .. Please please help me. I'm going crazy.

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Check to see if you are still getting sound from your head unit on the RCA lines.

Posted on Mar 12, 2007

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