Question about Legacy Audio LA370 Car Audio Amplifier
I had a working system 2 subs and an amp. I was not sure if my friends amp was working so i disconnected my amp and connected the cables to his amp. When his amp did not function i reconnected my amp and subs but unfortunately it wont work. please help!
His amp probably blew your fuse. Check that you have 12V at the power connections. If you don't, then find the fuse in your positive wiring to the amp. If you do have 12V to the amp, check your remote power up also has 12V between that and the negative line when your head unit is on. If it doesn't, then it's probably an internal fuse in your remote switch on line inside your head unit caused by a fault in your friends amp. This is normally accessible at the back of the head unit.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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