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Basslink intermittant I had my basslink for about 8 months now. Love the sound but lately it has become intermittant. I checked the wiring, the green light is on. Sometimes it works , sometimes it doesn't ,and sometimes it cuts in and out. I have also heard a loud rumble come from the unit (like its trying to come on). Also if I turn the volume control back and forth , rapidly , sometimes this will turn it on again. I would appreciate any suggestions.

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Turn the bass in your car down then adjust the gains on the woofer he lower your bass in the vehicle the more you will be able to use the basslink the product is a great idea but needs to go back to the drawing table with people that have use them... also if buying the new version dont the older one has less issues than the new one i had both

Posted on Jul 12, 2009


Push/pull on the gain control knob-> That's what went bad in mine. Taping it down works for a while. Part number: 115V503B101 ($1.92) It will have to be unsoldered and then install the new one. It took me a long time to figure this one out. Initially a good knock on the unit would solve it for a few days, then hrs, then minutes.

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I posted similar prob. servo lights when power is being cut to speaker (over drive) and manual shows it for purpose of tuning gain. it should flicker at highest input only...mine is on always too. infinity wasnt much help since mine is out of warranty.

Posted on Feb 23, 2007

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