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Old 11-09-2012, 12:48 AM   #1
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Think one of my subs has blown and it's causing both not to work if I buy a new exact same sub and replace it will they both working again? Is there anyway they are wired that way or are they both blown?
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Check the fuse for it. Half the time that's what's wrong with mine.
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Think one of my subs has blown and it's causing both not to work if I buy a new exact same sub and replace it will they both working again? Is there anyway they are wired that way or are they both blown?
Yes check the fuse and if have an aftermarket amp check the fuse(s) in it, also make sure if you have an aftermarket amp make sure it is turning on. Good luck!
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Think one of my subs has blown and it's causing both not to work if I buy a new exact same sub and replace it will they both working again? Is there anyway they are wired that way or are they both blown?
When you blew the one sub,,that probably drop the resistance in the circuit,,which causes higher amps,,which could have blown the fuse..Or maybe if they are tied in series,,it would be like the old christmas lights,,when one goes out they all go out
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When you blew the one sub,,that probably drop the resistance in the circuit,,which causes higher amps,,which could have blown the fuse..Or maybe if they are tied in series,,it would be like the old christmas lights,,when one goes out they all go out
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