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Hi, I assume you are powering regular speakers in the car, right? The amp needs a power cable from the fuse box or battery. This cable should be about 6 gage and should have a fuse of about 150 amps. You will need a ground cable, also 6 gage and connect it tightly to the chassis under the dash. Disconnect all speaker wires from the head unit, and use a pair of RCA cables to connect the head unit preamp outputs to the amplifier. Also from the head unit, connect the blue wire to the "turn on" terminal of the amplifier. Finally, connect your speaker wires to the amplifier. Your speakers should be rated for at least 500 Watts, or you will blow them with this amp.
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Dude, there is no breaker button, there are two 15amp fuses on the speaker connect end of the unit. Here is the link to Pyle: http://www.pyleaudio.com/manuals/PLA2200-2210-2220-4200.pdf If it's not a blown fuse then you will need service.
Usually On Car Amplifiers, there is a Connector/Wire called "Remote On".
This is where Headunit supplies 12V to trigger the Power on the Amplifier.
(Of course, head unit usually has Remote Wire also in order to turn the Amplifier on).
If this wire is properly connected and still does not turn on, then try to supply 12V directly from the battery. If it turns on then your head unit has problem, If it does not turn on then your Amplifier has problem.