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    TXA-6004 in protect....

    So while I was driving back from taking a friend to the hospital for back surgery my front stage randomly quit making noise. It was a real hot day, however I barely had it on. It was just for a bit of background noise why we bsed about whatever. Anyway, I figured that it had overheated so I just turned my deck off and continued the trip.

    The next day it still wasn't producing sound. So today I pull the backseats and check all of my wiring and the onboard fuses. The fuses look fine, however I will probably replace them for good measure. Ground is good (sub amp still works fine). I tired unhooking all of the speaker wires and powering it up, still in protect. Removed the RCA's next, so the amp just had power REM and ground. Still no luck. It was very cool out day so there is no way its a thermal issue.

    Anyone got any more ideas to try besides just replacing the fuses? Hope it isn't blown







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    Re: TXA-6004 in protect....

    ur ****ed

    buy this, no amp needed




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    Re: TXA-6004 in protect....

    Does sound like it's cooked. Open it up and see if there might be visible damage.

    I'm not a fan at all of these amps because of the grossly inadequate heatsink and all the plastic, but that has nothing to do with the problem. An alan wrench on 8 hex screws pulls the top cover off and you can see all the components on the board.

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    Re: TXA-6004 in protect....

    Well its still in warranty, think I should open it up?




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    Re: TXA-6004 in protect....

    Have you tried a new ground? Had that happen to my cadence amp and a new ground fixed the problem



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