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The head unit is saying amp gaurd and will not play anything

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It sounds like ur unit is protecting it self from the amp, i wud recheck the amp & amps wiring all the way too the unit & if i found nothing ten i wud check the wiring to the unit, or maybe ur rem or rca wires cd b the prob. check them as well..hope i was of help

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