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Old 06-15-2008, 10:49 PM
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Default Re: Help!

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Originally Posted by rainmanspl View Post
Check the connections at the amp. Be sure there are no stray strands of wire. Use a DMM and check the resistance at the amps speaker connections. It is possible a speaker wire may have come loose in shipping and shorting the outputs. And again be sure you have proper polarity on your power inputs.
What should the DMM read at the speaker wire imput?

what's proper polarity at the power imputs?
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