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Sony Xplod amp not working (deck cought on fire)

Hey i have two Sony amps, both of them don't work but were working before. Recently my deck caught on fire and now both amps don't work. they will turn on and work, but once i go over a certain volume, i here a pop, it shuts off and the light turns to red, all the fuses are fine. Is this a problem in the amp, or with my wiring( i changed it out recently to add a cap) any help? Thank you

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Hi there, please check the wiring. If there are some loose contacts the above mentioned symptoms are possibble. Best regards, Arpi If you need more info please advice.

Posted on Jun 15, 2007

  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2007

    Hello,

    please delete this rating.

    Thank you,
    Arpad

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