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1. Stop going to this shop.
A fuse that keeps blowing is a sign of a problem. You never replace a fuse with one of a higher amperage because the idea is the fuse is suppose to blow before the the wires melt and catch on fire. The reason it stopped working and the fuse didn't blow is probably be cause the wire did melt someplace and you are lucky the car didn't burn. If it did burn and the insurance company found the 40 amp fuse, they would probably have refused to pay.
The idea that a repair shop would do this tells me that they don't know what they are doing. Read this
FUSES

Legacy Audio... | Answered on Feb 17, 2017


Is that on all the time or are you saying the light is on? If that light is always on that just means it's protecting your amp. If it's off and not playing bass then your in trouble

Legacy Audio... | Answered on Aug 15, 2014


Is your remote turn on wire installed and the cables hooked up correctly? You can try jumping the 12vdc on the amp to the remote turn on lead to force it to turn on to see if it's a deck issue.

Legacy Audio... | Answered on Nov 28, 2012

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