Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Should I see 12vdc on the blue remote wire from my CDA 7875 while turned on? My AMP will not fire up anymore. I read about 1/3 of a volt.
Is this lead fused from factory?
I would say it is. Did you disconnect the blue lead from the amp then measure the lead for 12v? I just hooked one up for my son and the blue lead was the 12v that turned the Switch Mode Power Supply in (SMPS) the Amp, now, it's only present when you turn the radio on, it's not full time. If all this is done and you don't have 12v on the blue lead, I would look for a in-line fuse close to the radio. Now, if that fuse is open I wouldn't be surprised if the amp is gone also. If it was under 150.00, I would'nt have it repaired, just buy another one. My son was forced to do that because the parts were almost 1/3 the price of the amp, at my cost! Keep in touch.....
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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