Question about Car Audio & Video
I had the same problem i took the amp apart and found a screw that had worked its way loose i took it out and now the amp works properly i think it was just jammed in some kind of power source. just give it a look and see hope this helps..
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Are you handy with a volt meter, I would first check for shorts, what amperage fuse are you using? Do you know what amperage is reccomended for it? manual?
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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