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No Amp Power

I have an Alpine CDA-9847 and when I change the source on the deck off of the tunner it turns off my amp. I have checked the wires and all the fuses but I cant seem to find a problem. Can someone help please asap.

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You are taked the wrong cable to turn on your amp......alpines have a two blue cables one of theme start the power amplifier and the other one start the electric antenna when you turn the radio,if youre earing the cd or tape and change to the radio this cable have 12 volts to startup the antenna.....solution .....just try change the other blue cable. see you.

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