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Red light my amp when all hooked up the red light comes on, i checked fusses and there where fine, im running two 12" duals is it to much?.. i dont no waht to do help

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It sounds like the output transistors have failed. Disconnect everything from the amp except for the B+, ground and remote and turn the amp on. If it goes into protect, the amp is in need of repair. If you want to repair it yourself, email power acoustic for the schematic.

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