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    Re: Amplifier no longer powering on

    Try changing the amplifier's built-in fuse - a physical OK fuse doesn't mean it is not blown

    Sometimes a fuse might look fine but isn't - then you waste a lot of time figuring what is wrong when the simplest cause is the right one
    Don't ask me how I know...

    Kelvin

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    Re: Amplifier no longer powering on

    https://www.sonicelectronix.com/pict...ture_id=243512

    change fuse on amp or test with DMM set on beeping/continuity .
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    Re: Amplifier no longer powering on

    Looks like it's dead. Tested the power and its receiving power but something must be blown in the amp. That is an inexpensive amp with higher wattage. I liked this amp but the Autotek seems even better. Will it hook up to the 2-Channel High Power Line Output Converter as well?

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    Re: Amplifier no longer powering on

    https://autotekcaraudio.com/ta1250-2/

    specifications here ^^^^^^^
    Will it hook up to the 2-Channel High Power Line Output Converter as well
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