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Check for short circuit in speaker connections or the connecting wires unless some internal defect has occurred.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Apr 02, 2012


All depends, when amp is connected does it blow the fuses, if not, it maybe repairable, But its a long process. when your amp is on and has water spilt onto it, the water inside the amp evaporates and gets into every nuck and cranny due to the amp heating up when powered on. you need to strip amp down to bare basics and completely dry the circuit board and all compnents one by one, hense a long process. Best thing to use is a hair dryer. get the hair dryer into every nuck and cranny, into the connectors, basically everything. once done. put back together and try it then. i had a home amp with water damage and fixed it this way.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011


It could possibly be a bad ground. I ran in to the same problem the other day, but I wasn't driving. Started my car and everything seemed to work ok then all of sudden nothing. I checked all the voltages when the car is turned on, remote turn on (should have more than 11v), power cable to chassis ground (12+ V), they were all there. Then I finally checked the ground just moving the connection turned it on and then off. This occured repeatedly, then I disconnected the ground and then reconnected, now amp is running like a champ.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Oct 03, 2010


I have a 900 watt punch that wont keep any fuse i put in it and need help badd! Its not my wirering cuz i have another amp in there now but its nothing even close to my baby!

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Apr 13, 2010


check the ground to the amp. then check the remote wire. make sure u have the sub option on ur stereo turned on. if all is wired up correct an u do not have the subs turned on in ur stereo settings then the stereo will not send power through the remote wire an therfore your amp will not power on.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Apr 04, 2010


check rca and make sure u have right input to amp and speaker

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Aug 07, 2009


You are driving it too hard. If continued, the amp will go into protect mode to save you from yourself.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


Yes. Wire the two 2 Ohm speakers in series and connect them to one channel. Connect the 4 Ohm speaker into the other channel. This will give you a balanced 4 Ohm load on each channel.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on May 12, 2019


i have a punch 45 but i'm missing the speaker wire connector.... were do i go to get one...

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


Please be more specific. RF doesn’t share schematics

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


IF you are looking for a schematic diagram on the amp, you wont find it. IF you need the connection information you can look on their site, There is a repair video on that unit attached . Rockford Fosgate Car Stereo Amp Repair

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

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