My Sub amp keeps blowing fuses???

LowRydr
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Hi, I have a 600w kenwood 2ch amp and it keeps blowing fuses. It was working fine in my other car but since I have taken it out power goes through it, and in seconds it fries the fuses. It's realy strange. I have tried it in both my friends truck and in my car and have blown about 8 fuses. Has any one had anything like this happen to them? and if so, what fixed the problem?

 

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What size fuse is it? What gauge power do you have? I doubt the amp is stable at 2ohm bridged. //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/wink.gif.608e3ea05f1a9f98611af0861652f8fb.gif What model Kenwood is it?

 
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