Question about Power Acoustik PS2-1250 Car Audio Amplifier
I have professional installed power. Ground wire is perfect, power wire perfect, and the remote wire also sufficent. But the amp light is blank, no red for protection or green for good either. I have a fan placed on top of the amp to keep from overheating. It worked good for 3 days and now i cant get it to work. The day it shutdown I could smell electricity from the amp area. The fan works good and my speakers are brand new. Whats wrong with my amp?
Do you have an inline fuse on the live wire?
Is there also a fuse that you can get to on the amplifier?
Try changing the fuse's to see if thats the problem,
Posted on May 12, 2009
You probably blew it up.
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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