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2 0f 3 fuses blown.. help

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So today 2 of the 3 fuses blew on my sundown 100.4 sax amp. What could have caused it? Everything is set properly and only running a set of mid and high.. I have been running it for 6 yrs no problems


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Double check your ground. If it is loose or wobbling it can cause random spikes and feedback to the amp.

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Speaker wire shorting out anywhere? What about power wire? Frayed ends coming out?

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Corrosion over time , check and clean all connections.

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Soo my dumbass took the 3rd fuse out. Pit it back in and started the truck. I had no fuse for 1 and 2.... what happened was sou ded line engine whine for 20 sec then the 3rd fuse blew.. I should have  left it out? I'll try check my wiring today and the grounds... thanks I'll get new fuses too


Shakin not Stirred....my buildhttp://www.stevemead...ngle-cab-build/412 CVX

And put a sealed enclosure in your trunk cut a hole in your deck and call it ported :lol2:

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14 hours ago, Ron36 said:

Corrosion over time , check and clean all connections.

Will do anything else? Could the engine noise be caused from only 1 fuse? Also my speaker wires cross the power is it ok? Not touching maybe 3 in away


Shakin not Stirred....my buildhttp://www.stevemead...ngle-cab-build/412 CVX

And put a sealed enclosure in your trunk cut a hole in your deck and call it ported :lol2:

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18 hours ago, SnowDrifter said:

Speaker wire shorting out anywhere? What about power wire? Frayed ends coming out?

I'll try redo all the wires and sand the ground will it help?


Shakin not Stirred....my buildhttp://www.stevemead...ngle-cab-build/412 CVX

And put a sealed enclosure in your trunk cut a hole in your deck and call it ported :lol2:

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20 hours ago, abdc said:

Double check your ground. If it is loose or wobbling it can cause random spikes and feedback to the amp.

Ok will do and report back


Shakin not Stirred....my buildhttp://www.stevemead...ngle-cab-build/412 CVX

And put a sealed enclosure in your trunk cut a hole in your deck and call it ported :lol2:

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3 hours ago, BassMunky said:

I'll try redo all the wires and sand the ground will it help?

If it will help is dependent on if that's the problem.

Give the drivers it's powering an inspection too. Make sure a tinsel didn't pop off or cross somewhere

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