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My Caddy was working fine until yesterday when we went to get in, we couldnt unlock the car with the detector so we ended up using the key. when we did that we had NO Power at all car would not start up.. My husband ended up jumping the car off and it worked. we took it to Advance Auto and the guy tested the battery and he said it was fine... until i went to get in it the next day it did the samething and now im at work and it wont start any suggestions whats wrong?
I had the same problem with my Jamin so sent if off to the technician who informed me the Jarmin's internal circuitry prevents the phone being charged when the battery is under a certain voltage so when you use a plug in charger because the battery has very low power it does not trip a circuit in the Jamin to start the charging process. The only solution to to take the battery out of the unit and charge it with a stand-a-lone charger. Hope this makes sense.
you sure you didnt flip the bridge switch on the back? its the tiny little black switch under the bridge output plug, if you have it set to "bridged mode" any input sent into the right channel produces only a hum, only left channel input works.
check the fuse in the plug.
disconnect the mains cable from the console, then re-connect it.
make sure the power on off switch, at the back of the console is in the on position.
Mike @ Compurepair.