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My amps not working anymore.

When hooked up the lights flicker and no sound comes out. how could this be fixed?

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First check your ground wire then you power wire connections .. check the fuse to see if its making connections on both ends of the wires..


i think the flickering is the result of a weak or bad connection in the power ground or acc wire "normaly blue"
your amp has no sound because the amp has to charge before it can out put at a higher amperage


hope this helps

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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