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NOT WORKING!! HI MY NS-1000 NOT WORKING.FUSES LOOK ALLRIGHT, GREEN LIGHT IS OFF,BUT WHEN I TURN THE CAR IGNIGTION KEY THE LOGO LIGHT GOES ON AND OFF IN A SECOND>>WHY IS THAT HAPPENING??

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A) check your ground b) check your remote wire c) (this is the one you really don't want it to be) it is possible that your vehicle can not supply the required power to the amp, if this is the case a bigger battery and better altinater will probably be your only options or possibly a capacitor thrown into the wiring

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