Question about Car Audio & Video
There is no reset for most car amplifiers, if you are not getting sound and the red light is a protection indicator then your amp most likely has a blown channel and must be serviced by somebody who knows how to fix your type of amplifier. Some Kenwood amplifiers do have a reset for them since they have a microprocessor in them which is very rare for a car amplifier. Even with the Kenwood amplifiers that have a reset, it is unlikely that it would make your amplifier work again if the protection light is on. Since you gave no information about your amplifier except that the red light was on, I can not give you any additional help. I have been repairing car amplifiers for over 18 years and can assure you that you have an internal problem that will require the replacements of some parts.
Feel free to post any further questions you may have, but please list the make and model number of your amplifier. It would help a lot since not all amplifiers will have the same problems even with the same symptoms. Some types of amplifiers will have certain common failures that others do not.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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