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Cannot get it to work with all wires hooked up- good fuse (2). Is there a fuse on the inside that I can check? There is no power on light, and nothing coming from subs. What can I look for?

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Depends on what kinda amp you have there could be a fuse inside but rather perfer to let a professional check it out . make sure ur remote wire is sending power to the amp that can cause ur amp not to turn on. and check with a volt meter for 12v from power wire

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