Question about Rockford Fosgate T10001BD- Car Audio 500watts Mono Power Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier
A defect in the fuseholder or connections. A complete replacement of the fuseholder may be necessary.
Posted on Mar 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You could always unscrew the screw that holds your fuses in place and screw it back in firmly and see if that works.
It is possible the fuses are arching though. You can try unhooking the amp from the battery and turning your gains down. Then remove the fuses. Replace the fuses with new ones and hook everything back up and see if the amp runs more efficiently.
Bad ground can cause the amp not to come on too.
I always strip off the paint from the chassis of the vehicle before putting in a ground wire. Paint is not a conductor.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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