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1200 watt legacy amp not working right

Ok, my amp & sub's were working fine then i was trying to hook up some 6" neon lights to my amp & i unscrewed the ground,remote & power wires & then hooked them back up. Then my amp would cut in & out at a high level of volume or just not work at all at low volumes. So i unhooked the remote wire & cut a piece of it off & connected it directly from the remote wire hookup on the amp to the power wire & it worked fine, though it stays on all the time. So does anyone know what the problem is & is there anyway to fix it?

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Your amp its protect by releas of [powerout]one this releys is dead you mast chenche

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