Question about Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier
I have a kenwood KAC-9152D pushing 4 memphis dual voice coil 4 OHM 15's. The other day i was installing it and when tightening the screw for the positive terminal i touched the screwdriver to the amps casing and now the amp doesnt come on. Every now and then the LED light will flash and then fade out. Any suggestions? i checked all the fuses and they are fine. I even put another amp in the vehicle to test it out and it works. Any help would be most appriciated. Thanks!!!!
Thanks much that got it working again :) too bad before i posted here i bought another amp too lol. so now i have two amps :)
Posted on Jan 18, 2007
It sounds to me like you may have burnt a trace off of the bottom of the circuit board inside the amplifier. If you know how take the amplifier apart and look carefully at the traces. To be clear the traces are the lines on the bottom of the circuit board not the component side. Look carefully they can sometimes be hard to spot. If you find one solder a jumper wire across the two points. If you take the amplifier apart take care in treatment of the output transisors along the sides.
Posted on Jan 17, 2007
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