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sub may be blown up, on protect, sub could be hooked up wrong. Did it work before and if so were all the wires hooked up the same? check to see if its being overloaded by blown speakers, check all speakers one by one, check your amp sub output with another speaker, I have had this problem form hooking up wrong. Hope this helps...........
disconnect all your speakers. make sure the a speakers indicator is on after powering it up and see if you hear the click then. if you do, then connect the speakers one at a time with the unit off and repowering it after each speaker is reconnected. this will isolate a bad speaker. make sure the wires are wound tight and not fraying at the connection on the amp. shorts can be created there.
You gots ta isolate the problem. Disconnect the speakers and hook them up to a stereo you know that works. If you don't hear sound coming out of the speakers, then you know the speakers are fu.k.d up, so you need to look on the speakers to see if there is a fuse that is blown that needs to be replaced. If you got sound coming through, then disconnect them and hook them back to the original stereo making sure you got a good connection and all the wires are in good and tight. Then turn your stereo on and go through the various channels like Tuner, Tape Deck, Aux, and DVD to see if you get any sound. Also turn the volume knob up. If you don't get any sound after all this, you know there is something wrong with the stereo your using.