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Red Led Light on My Bazooka Ela300.1

I recently hooked my ELA300.1 after it had been in storage for a while. I got all the wires hooked up and turned my car on and a Red LED light came on. I am using all of the same wires I used previously, and I have attached all wires where they were originally but i can not get the Amp to respond. Help

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Your amp went into a " Protection Mode "
this happens if you have blown something inside like a IC or something... if the amp have been dropped or bumped then its very likely to happen ... Check and see if your fuses are ok, if not then it would be best to let it be checked by a expert if its a IC or a cap inside
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Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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