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Amp has no sound?

Powers on but wont play the music prety sure the RCAs are bad on the amp but im not 100% sure but when i hook up another amp the subs work perfectly fine. ?

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Yeah, u are probably right. If u are good enough with electronics it is a pretty easy fix

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