Question about Car Audio & Video
My red "on" indicator light flickers intead of being on stable. the connetions are good. i accidentally grounded the amp when i screwed it down. do you think its burned or wat might be wrong?
If the power wires have been reversed it can cause it to do that. if the positive wire touched any other metel on the amp than the positive it could have damaged the amp. If the amp is screwed down to any part of the body it wont hurt it.Check to make sure the remote wire has enough voltage to startup the amp .you can disconnect the remote wire take a jumper wire and jump the positive and remote inputs on the amp. If that resolves the problem than the voltage on the remote wire is to low to activate the amp.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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