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If your remote serves multiple units, make sure it's in the right mode for your TV. (not dvr, dvd player, tuner, other source...). If the TV will not turn on manually (with the power switch on the TV), then make sure it's plugged in and there is power at the plug (try a different power source). If your remote has been out of battery power, sometimes it needs to be reset / reloaded with the correct code for your TV. Check your remote and / or your TV manual for the procedure.
To me, it sounds like your "Output Devices" in the MAIN Amp have gone faulty. BUT check the OUTPUT directly at the Head Unit & then the Amp's terminals to make sure.. if ya dont have any signal comming out of the "Head Unit" than thats ya fault.. however if that has a good signal out,there, then it's gotta be ya Main Amp. Ya can check to se if there is output with a small speaker with wires on it, or my favorite an modified earphone, with the wires ends exposed so ya can "Touch" them to the Output terminals/Plugs etc, of whatever ya wanna test. NB: Only test at a low level output.
The remote turn-on wire from your amplifier is connected to a blue wire behind the head unit. That's a power antenna activation wire, so the amp only turns on when the tuner is on. Switch it to a blue/white wire from the head unit instead; that should be the amp remote turn-on output.
Sorry man but this sounds like the start of a horror flick???lol Ok Sorry man but if it occours from the ground then you need to move the ground and reinforce the ground of needed as maybe the chassis or ground your using is not up topar as a matter of fact try running a direct ground from the battery to the amp at least a size 10 to 08 size wire. Good luck