My amp is a spl dk-2600d phantom series, and it blew up, no one around here will work on it and i myself am able to preform the repairs but dont have access to a schematic for the board. if anyone is able to help me out here.
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Even withou the help of any diagram you have a visual indication. Look inside to the area of the burn. identify the component. check around the burned area for the cause of the burn. it could be the failue of the output or the power side. equipped with a multimeter you must be able to identtify stage by stage the short of the circuit. remove, replace and test. afterwards connect the woofer - check if your woofer coils are damaged too- Hope this helps? Good day
Did you put a new fuse in it? If you didn't then put a new fuse that is rated at what the amp calls for. If you have and the light stays on, then odds are there is a broken wire inside and the amp needs repairing or replacing.
If you run the remote from the battery you will need a on/off switch. Sounds like the amp is overheating. Also, I don't understand bridge the remote and power. They should be seperate going into the amp.
I'll assume that you've checked the amplifier's on-board fuses.
With your multimeter set to DC volts, the black meter lead on the ground terminal of the amp (not on the point where the ground wire connected to the vehicle) and the head unit on (so the amp will have remote voltage applied), touch the red lead alternately to the B+ and remote terminals of the amp. If the voltage is below ~11 volts, you need to check the wiring feeding whichever line is too low.
hmm i would start by checking the wiring in your truck. make sure nothing is grounding out (short). if still happening try hooking the amp up to a battery out side of the vehicle and see if the light is still on. if so u need a new amp
The 2 + and 2 - connections are the same, just split into two. This is usually because, for high power amps, it's easier to route two 4 AWG wires than it is one 2 or 0 AWG wire. Both "+" will go to your battery (through a fuse block, of course) and both "-" will go to a grounding point.
do you know how to trouble shoot solid state devices??? if so then what you need to do is disconnect the collector if its a transistor output device or the b+ leg if its an Ic output device and then measure the ohms between the emitter and the collector or on an ic device the B+ leg to the outpot leg. If its shorted Your gonna need a schematic most likly to trace the path of the short.. if you dont understand this then you will need to take it to a repair shop and let them do the repair as you may not be up to a componet level type repair.. BUT if you are please get the schematic diagram and post it attention to me and i will be more then happy to assist you with this repair. Good luck