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Rca stereo my stereo says it is overload how do i fix it

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    My RCA displays overlad on the screen yet it was my fault cuz i put both of the speakers wires in positive but it does have power displays time and everything and i would like to know if it will work again or not?

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Once you correct the wiring issue ensuring you match the positive side of a speaker with the corresponding Left or Right output on the back of the stereo. Once you power the unit on, it shouldn't say overload. If it does, try looking in the manual for a reset button (I assume you have unplugged and plugged in the unit) to reset the amplifier circuitry.
If the unit still reads overload then that would suggest damage was done to the amp when you shorted the output (high volume, power on while changing the wiring, etc.)
Good Luck
Jer

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