Question about Kicker 5-Channel Amplifier (06ZX7005) Car Audio Amplifier
I have a 5 channel amp setup but the problem lies in the amp. The amp is in red (protected mode?) right now from green when I opened my trunk and some drops of water got into my amp. I was driving 10 minutes later and it the sound clicked and the amp has stopped working. It has been 4 days already and still has not turn on, I was hoping it dried during this period. Is there anything else I might need to check over? Fuse? I am not a car audio expert but I am very good with DIY and technology. Please help. Allen
Yes check that the water hasn't left behind a "Bridge" between some of the soldered connections.. Perhaps on the "Output Devices" Pins/Leads It may be worthwile CAREFULLY cleaning the board with a high quality PCB cleaner & toothbrush... a Solvent, Look at the PCB with a magnifing glass and see if there are inded any "Tracks" left behind when the water dried off. And Yes check all fuses fusable links etc...
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