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Good day my amp 1250.1 is saying service it plays for a while then says service ? Then it cuts off and plays again until I raise the volume again

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Disconnect the speakers . You may have an issue in the speaker system.
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SOURCE: have a jl audio 500/1 i think something is wrong

you could have too small of wiring going to the amp for one.. you need to check the ohm load that you have the subs wired at to the amp... this is a HUGE reason for amps not putting out like they should... If it's low of an ohm load for the amp then the amp will act funny and shut off a lot... if you leave it like that it can fry the amp.

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SOURCE: amplifier cuts off after raising the volume

just a tad is all that it takes to throw it in protect mode so check the gain and the cross over and make sure they are set at a decent level and see if that works a little bit

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