Question about Kenwood KAC-7202 Car Audio Amplifier
Actually, it's more likely that the problem is on the outside of the amplifier than the inside. Your problem may be caused by a ground wire that's come loose from the grounding point, a defective fuse or corroded connection on the power wire, an overload of the remote input wire, or a problem with the head unit that your amp is connected to. The easiest way to troubleshoot is with a voltmeter. Test the voltage at the amplifier's main power terminal and remote terminal while the meter's black probe is connected to the ground terminal. If you find voltage dropping on one of the terminals, you can focus your attention on that wire.
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
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