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Cant solve the problem but can help calling kenwood in am i have to of those amps and both do same thing its a cooling problem only 1 little fan pulling air out going to buy couple bigger fans and install in both ports and will let u know how it works out
A stereo or amp, either one should have a fuse, fuses for radios would be in the wiring harness behind the radio deck. An amp fuse should be obvious were they insert in the fuse blocks by the amps main power cable connector. If you see that all fuses are fine then check your ground wires if not then your radio is bad.
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First you should test to be sure the amps main power feed is supplying 12+ volts to the amp. and that the other connections (head unit remote lead - input & output signal leads) are properly secured, if all is well then there maybe an internal issue with the amp.
It is not recommended to affix an amp directly to a speaker/kicker box, hence the vibration that may cause wire connections and/or internal electronic components to become loose or faulty.
As far as "should i take the amp apart and look at its guts"
NO, sorry but given the way you phrased your question I can assume that your electronic troubleshooting knowledge is not up to par, and that task would be a waste of your time.
Double check all of your connections. I know this same problem has happened to me and come to find our that all the problem was the fuse blew that is connected between the radio and amp. Also check you battery connection. Corrosion on the power cable will also cause it to have a bad connection.