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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely...shorted speaker wires, defective speakers or too many cabinets wired together can blow a amplifier channel in an instant. Manufacturers use to mount protection fuses on the exterior of equipment but people started replacing 3 amp with 25 amp automobile fuses and destroying internal circuits. You could pop the cover to look for a power supply protection fuse (same value replacement please) BUT be careful as there are sustained voltages after the unit is disconnected from the AC outlet that hold enough power to make this type work dangerous. I recommend sending it to a professional repair shop for a checkout and estimate.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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