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No power through to sub, red light constant, green light flashing

All of the wires are hooked up correctly, the amp is putting no power through to my sub. The red "Safe" light is on and the green "On" light is flashing on and off.
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Sounds like you've blown either the input or output stage on this. Just need to open it up and inject a signal to see which end is toast using a scope.

There are quite a few professional sound technicians about who do repairs, so try your local area to see if there is a local tech to fix it for you. Usually people who hire DJ's or fix their equipment do this day in-day out.
Try and get a "no fix-no fee" out of them (which is not unreasonable) - and leave your 'phone number on it (in pen). - sometimes they have so much stuff it's hard to remember who owns what.

Expect an hours labour plus parts - which are minimal.

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