Problem Solved!!


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Username: Devastation101

Audioque SD2.5-ville, HENDERSON, NC US of A

Post Number: 677
Registered: Feb-06
Ok so after some deep investigation of all my wires, connections, and even opening the amp...I got it solved. Like I said earlier, I checked to see if the fuse had blown on the in-line fuse holder and it didn't...BUT, I never took the fuse out to examine it, until just now! lol Anyway, I discovered that the one of the fuse's end had kinda "soldered" itself into one end of the fuse holder. Note, I had the glass cyclinder fuse holder with a 60 amp fuse inside. Soo, I took that off and tried powering it directly to the battery and TAA-DAAAA... I'm bumping again! lol I'm going to bump it until Friday, I'm going to buy an ANL fuse/holder!
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