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Question about PLAD413 Car Audio Amplifier

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...tried many things to try to get them working. what would the problem be? Either the channels are blown or the fuzes for those channels are blown. Check all connections, as well as disconnect all ...

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Question about 403A Car Audio Amplifier

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blown channel only one channel works tried different rca's, can this problem be fixed Was the blown channel working and then quit or was the channel out when you received the amp?

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Question about 403A Car Audio Amplifier

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i could of blown a channel i have had the same problem with one of my amps that was given to me by a friend and one of the channels were blown. Blowing a channel can cause the protect light to stay on

Question about 403A Car Audio Amplifier

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...on left channel. If not, disconnect speaker wires and check to see if headphone jack works. If left works, you may have a blown speaker. If left still doesn't work, left power amp blown. Thanks ...

...it doesnt do anything. how can i check if the channel is blown. Try switching your RCA cables around from the one that you know is getting sound. It may jsut be a bad rca or output from your

Question about SI-1230 12-Channel Amplifier

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...channel five and six blown can't read th... Fusses on channel five and six blown can't read the rating any ides???? If the fuses on the other channels are good, try replacing the bad ones with that ...

Question about 500/5 Car Audio Amplifier

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...channel Check to see if speaker is blown use another speaker. If it is not blown then your amp has a blown channel local audio shops may know of where to find repairs for your amp. hope this

Question about AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO

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...blown amp channel, or blown speaker. If you posses the technical know-how, you can test the amp channel and speaker by connecting a different speaker to the channel responsible for the popping sound. ...

Question about Zpa150 1500-watt Professional Amplifier

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...Speaker is blown or amp channel is. Swap channel connections from a to b, etc, and test channel again. If it doesn't clip you have your answer. If it still clips out, your amp has a blown

blown channel in the amp.open the amp and see if there are any fuses that might be blown.it might be a blown capacitor which a tech should be able to easily fix Most likely a blown amp channel. Better

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