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Rockford fosgate amp 5 ch

Just installed it has a hard wired remote that adjusts the bass ch. it stopped working just about 15 minites into adjusting the sound !! the connections are like a phone type , that clicks in , any ideas

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Most likely your remote wire or remote crapped out if not its your amp itself can you adjust and play without remote? if so go to this site for info and replacement as well as tips:
http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/wire_calculator.asp

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