I got a 315 or 715 depends on which way you look at number got power to it wont turn on was working has a blaukpukt moldulator it hss power to it is there a fuse in back of radio i dont have a owners manuel how does face plate come off it also has a power antenna
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Re: iwont turn on
It sounds like the amp is shot but there is a few things you can try.You can check the ground it has to be metal to metal make sure there is no paint,plastic,washers ect in between the wire and the metal if you cannot find a paint free surface get some sand paper and sand the paint off.If your current ground hook up still dosen't work then try to ground it in a different area before drilling any new holes for the ground check and make sure you won't be drilling into the gas tank otherwise is will cause gas fumes in the vehicle.If this isn't the problem check your inline fuse on your amp battary cable to make sure it's not blown if it is replace with a higher amp fuse.If it still don't work after that check the remote wire this is the wire running from the power antenna on the stereo and it runs to the remote on the amp this turns the amp on when you turn the stereo on.If u need more help with this problem get back to me i will be glade to help.
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Depends what amp you are exactly using. Right now (And also on it's way) I use a 0/1 gauge wire. It honestly depends on the amp. If you get the model number or whatever and type it into google then go into the site where that amp is from. It should tell you. But i would say either a 6 to 0 gauge
310-327-2151 is eclipses new main number. try giving them a call and tell them whats going on. the eclipse radios had a anti theft thing that messed everyones world up. if power is disconnected from it it locks down. good luck
Hello, it sounds like you shorted the outputs of your amp or the power supply mosfets shorted. Very common when people have the music at a loud volume. Does the protect light come on? If not then the power supply is probably shorted not letting the protect circuit get any voltage. Some amps do this and other amps if the power supply shorts have the protect cicuit built in such a way that if the power supply shorts out the protect circuit still works. Cause you checked all wiring and redid it and no fuses blew then this is your problem. I repair amps everyday for a living. ?Most of my out of state customers are from fixya.com. I'm the cheapest amp repair business you'll find. If interested send me a private message letting me know what kind of amp it is, name and model number, and i'll get you back up and running with warranty.
Depending on what you have on hand I could tell you how to check if it works or not. If you have a power supply that has significant amperage output. Probably greater than 10 Amps then I would use that because of the ability to current limit so if there is something wrong you wont hurt anything too bad. Otherwise, use a car battery and hook them into Ground and Battery connections also, hook the Remote and Battery together so that the amp will turn on. Then get an audio source to plug into the RCA input jacks. Then use a speaker to test each output. I hope it helps. -Andrew Hawkins
When you see this problem, it usually means you have power on your deck's constant power wire (usually yellow) but no power on the accessory power wire (usually red). The accessory power wire is the one that sends voltage to the deck when the key is turned on.
Usually this means that the red wire is either connected to the wrong vehicle wire, or that the vehicle's radio fuse is blown. As a last resort, you can disconnect the red wire from whatever it's connected to, and re-attach it to the same connection as your yellow wire. This should allow the radio to power up, but it won't turn on and off with the key-switch; you'd have to remember to turn it off or remove the face when you leave the vehicle, or you may drain the battery.
Alternately, you can extend the red wire to a different source of key-switched voltage. Depending on the vehicle, you may be able to find this behind the cigarette lighter, at the key switch itself, or at the fuse box.
The power antenna wire only supplies 12vdc when the radio is on. When CD or other sources are selected, the power antenna wire goes to 0vdc. The remote turn-on wire provides 12vdc whenever the head-unit is on. If your amps are powered on only when the radio is turned on, I would bet that you have the power antenna wire connected and not the remote turnon wire.