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No sound..amp has power to it

No sound coming from sub woofers amp is connected and poweredproperly,all connections are correct,i have checked all connections tohead unit,to battery i have disconnected and re connected allconnections,checked all wiring,all ok.It was workingfine while driving home and then it just went quiet. stereo all powered upfine except no sound from subwoofer.Any ideas would be great. only thing i can think of is a blown sub .thanks,

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Hello eric_sodergu,

**First thing is verifying that the powerlight is lite up, this shows that it is receiving power and is grounded properly.

**Next thing you need to ensure is that the remote wire is connected properly on both the head unit and the amp.

**Third Make sure the RCA wires are all connected properly, try jiggling them around on the amps end to make sure there not just shorting out.

**Check all fuses related to the amp to make sure all the channels are working properly. (Applys to amps with multiple channels and fuses)

If all these things are fine, then the sub could very well be blown. Did you have it up loud before it stopped working ? You said it was working fine then just went all quiet, did the head unit power down as well ?

Post back with any further info or questions so that I can assist you further.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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