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    Default Burnt line-outs?

    Had a little mishap the other day during a full-open acceleration. Somehow the +cable got yanked out of the distribution block. When I hooked it up again, I got hissing on all channels. Disconnected the RCA's from the amps and it was gone. Could the amps have drawn earth via the RCA's? Minus-cable was connected all the time, so I don't understand how this could have happened. And could my HU be scrap-metal, or is burnt line-outs fixable? HU is a Pioneer AVIC-HD3, so I kinda hope it's salvageable....

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    Did your rca's get stretched?

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    I would double check all the connections and fuses.
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