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No sound i have a 760 watt amp hooked to it and nothing i had another sub hooked up to it and it worked just fine can you help me.

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Your positive and negative on the back of the sub is backwards.

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Hits intemittently


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sounds like the sub that throws it into protect mode is cross wired pull sub out and make sure they are wired right make sure ground from sub goes to ground on box and do same for power wire

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