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Amplifier not turning on

My am used to play fine but start shorting out on and then of now nothing

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  • seth Alvo
    seth Alvo May 11, 2010

    You really really really have to give more information. There are fuses in the amp and there are fuses in the car going to the amp...what is your level of expertise?

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I have the same problem with a KAC-8151D. Just pulled it apart to do some PCB testing. If I find the problem I'll let you know.

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I'd recommend using two 10 amp fuses. The amp will power up with 10 amp fuses if there is no problem. If there is a problem, there's less of a chance of doing more damage by using the 10 amp fuses.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

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Start removing wires from the amp, one by one (except for the +12V, Ground, and remote) until the amp seems to work fine. Usually, this type of issue is due to a speaker wire shorting to something it shouldn't be touching. Check the "non-amp" end of all the wiring to make sure they are solid and correct.

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