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Problem with my amp

Iv got this problem with my amp dub1002 for my 6x9z. the thing is you see it was working for a couple of months until i realised that the red lights come up you see when it should be green could you possibly tell me what could have caused this could it be the remote cable.

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The proble could be that the negative cable is not touching ground, or that the remote is not tide enough.

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