Question about Kenwood KAC-8103D Car Audio Amplifier
Ok so I think I put the sub into protective mode but I thought if it went into that mode the LED turns off. Mine has been working fine for a while now but when I was listening to it down on vacation it cut off. I thought it was overheated so turned off the radio and let it cool down. Next day, same thing, LED is on but no sound from sub. So I replaced all speaker and RCA wires and checked the fuse (not blown). Still nothing. I dont understand what it could be. Maybe there is some type of reset button? I need some help pleasE!
I just brought mine to the shop for the same reason. I thought it was something big but it was just a bad fuse. It wasn't blown so when i checked it, I didn't think anything of. If you're using an AGU fuse, try and remove the fuse and touch the two ends of your power wire together and if it's the fuse it should cut on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you've overheated it a number of times, it's possible that you've damaged the amp and it's trying to protect itself even though it's too late. Try disconnecting the sub from the amp. If there's no change, then there's a problem within the amp. It could be a thermal switch or possibly a stressed amplifier module.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!!
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
there's a problem with your amp, try checking your fuses on the side of the amp first, if they look ok then check the earth cable which is the black cable. If it is still red, it indicates that the amp is in safe mode which means it is on but would not power anything because it doesnt let power go through, meaning that there is something wrong with the amp. Open the amp up and look for the copper coils inside it. Rub your finger in it, if you get a blak residue it means the coils inside the amp have blown. If this is the case and the coils are blown, chuk your amp out its worth no more than a dollar if you can evn find sum1 to buy it.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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