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HOW do you have it wired and what is the ohms rated on the subs and is this amp bridgeable and at what ohms is it stable at Do you have it Bridge to the subs to lower the ohms( Series or in Parallel) Is the amp running hotter the normal and do you have it in a well ventilated are of your car/truck Most car audio or at 4ohms and also is the subs dual
This plug configuration should be the same as the old autotek. The wires on the sides of the remote are the positive speaker wires. With the amp orientated so that the 3 wires are on top, the wire left of the remote on the amp plug should be the left positive. The one directly under it is the negative for that channel. The ones to the right are the right channel (negative on bottom again).
You can confirm left/right after you get the amp powered up. Drive signal into one RCA jack at a time and check for output on the corresponding speaker wires.
This is not a problem that a normal comsumer should try to repair themselves. It's time to take it to a pro. It sounds like you have blown out at least one of your output channels. If you are getting any red light at all then the good news is that the power supply section of the amp is probably still good. About half of all the electronics in your amp is for the power supply section. The other half is for the actual amplifiers of the amp. Good luck, I hope it's not too bad.