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Amp only has red thermal light on. some times the

I have a rockford fosgate T3002 amp. It only has red thermal light on. some times the subs work and some times they dont. When they do work they sound terrible.

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Please review your wiring, both INPUT and OUTPUT

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try swapping over the rcas for instance if black is in r and red is in l then swap them so red is r and black is l

if that doesnt work try swapping the subs over to as you may have a faulty sub. if that doesnt work then check the fuses on the amp

still no joy then i would suggest taking your amp to your local car audio dealer and getting them to have a look at it

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