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Infinity basslink is messed-up

I installed the basslink in my daughter's SUV and it worked fine for a long time, then I changed her SUV battery and when I attached the battery terminal, there was some sparking before I got the terminal attached firmly on the battery. After that, the basslink has been screwed. With the auto speaker wires attached to the basslink, NO SOUND comes out of the car speakers (or the basslink). When I detach the Auto speaker wires from the basslink, the auto stereo work fine - but, of course, no sound out of the basslink.

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  • LarryHester Feb 13, 2008

    Thanks. Do you mean the in-line fuse from the battery, or do I have to take the Basslink unit apart to find the fuse?
    Thanks,
    Larry

  • pretarion Oct 07, 2008

    I have the same problem, how do you identify the fuse in the amp?

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The fuse for the amp is right on the outside right side of the amp where the wires go in/out. it might be yellow or orange. it is just like a little car fuse you can pull out with your finger. possibly 20amp fuse.

make sure to repalce it with same amp fuse. also, you can look at the middle of the fuse and see if it has blown.

sometimes there is an in-line fuse located on the positive cable that power the amp. that could be anywhere from the amp back to the battery terminal. most likely close to the battery.

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How do you identify the location of the amp fuse?

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  • pretarion Oct 07, 2008

    I have the same problem, how do you identify where the amp fuse is?

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You may have blown the fuse in the AMP. Check it and let me know.

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