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Ampflier only pushing one speaker

I just bought this amp brand new from the store and i just hooked it up. The amp is only pushing the left speaker and not the right... Can someone give me a checklist to see whats wrong

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Take it off mono

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Re: ampflier only pushing one speaker

The wire on the back of the sub box is not fully connected prolly so get access to the back of the sub box n adjust the positive n negative wires n move them around until u get the right place n it will push both

Posted on Mar 19, 2007

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If so the problem is in the rca jack or head unit.

If the same speaker is still not working, the problem will be the speaker, you will have no other options left since you changed amplifiers and checked all wiring.

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