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Car amp power problem

I have two car amps that do the same thing. the power light pulsates and i assume the power does too. what should i look for to be wrong with them?

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Hi your assumption is wrong the light blinks for meny diffrent reasons: 1) power is too low - check the battery of the car 2) connections are wrong 3) the AMP is in safe mode here is the manual of the product: http://kenwood.nl.nt.ims.hr/languages/EN/support/manuals/KAC-849~749S%20(EN).pdf here is the home page: http://www.kenwoodeurope.com/support/Menu2.aspx?men=2&M1=3 good luck

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