Question about Pioneer GM-X324 Car Audio Amplifier
I have a pioneer gm x324, that always turns on, but goes directly to protection mode. whether or not any speakers or subwoofers are hooked up, i can't get any sound (due to protection of course). i looked inside to see if any transistors were burnt out, and noticed inside it, straight back from where the remote cable plugs in, next to a white arrow pointing to a screw, there are two holes where it looks like a piece was pulled out. it's labeled r641. any insight on this? there are no burn marks anywhere, maybe a little piece fell out at some point and it's messing with the whole amp? all i know is, if i can fix it, it will save me $150 worth of sending it to get fixed by the company...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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