If the fuse is not located on the back of the amplifier near the power cord, it is likely located inside on the circuit board. If you are not familiar with repairing electronic devices, DO NOT OPEN THE AMPLIFIER. There are dangerous voltages present inside the amp, even when the power cord is unplugged. Contact the store where you purchased the amplifier to recommend a repair depot.
Amplifier or blown fuse.
No, the only permanent fix for a blown head gasket is to replace it.
No it will not. The only thing that will fix a blown head gasket is to replace the gasket.
No, nothing will fix a blown head gasket except replacing it. Sealer are only used in an emergency situation as a temporary fix.
What do mean fix it? Have checked the fuse has not blown?
depends what part is blown. most likely the ouput transistors. in that case, just get them replaced. if it keeps happening, get them replaced with heavier duty transistors.
you don't. it blew out stupid?
Biasing is done to fix the operating point of amplifier
It would be more cost effective to replace the blown engine with a re-manufactured one.
Locked meaning blown?,no quick fix.