Question about Kenwood KAC-9104D Car Audio Amplifier
I made the mistake of placing the ground and power wires on the wrong terminals. The fuses popped immediately. The amp appears to still get power but the sub will not work. I tried another sub I knew worked and still nothing. I can't find a local shop to repair it. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could repair this myself?
If your good with electrical soldering circuit boards you maybe able to pull it apart it may have just popped a capacitor it should be obvious when u get it apart if it is then you could go to radio shack or order off the net what cap you need remember to use low temp solder when soldering to the board write down the numbers from the cap that is blown and order same to replace hope this helps
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