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Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty . Send to Rockford Fosgate for repair
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If you have a soldering iron simply epoxy the jack down to the board and then take some wire and solder rthe center conductor of the RCA jack and the other end would go to the trace on the PCB. Do the same for the ground connection.
You can buy replacement panel mount RCA (phono) jacks directly from your local radio shack if you have one, or on www.radioshack.com a 4 pack is less than 5 bucks, then you just have to have someone who can solder pretty well and TADA!! new plug in the amp.
You have a Direct Short in the System Between the Head Unit and the Amp. Check the Ground on the Amp and then Check all the Wires behind the Stereo and the Common Ground There. You could even have a Spot in the New RCA Cables that is Touching Metal Somewhere. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
If the center conductor of the RCA plug broke of inside the RCA jack of the amplifier, you may be able to push it out from the back. If that's not possible, you may have to remove the jack from the board, disassemble it and then push the center conductor out. If you send me a photo of the jack, I may be able to offer more suggestions.