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Amp powers on but no output? the light is blue so that should mean good but no output ?

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Check the RCAs; make sure that they are connected properly at the amp and behind the radio.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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BATTERY CABLE TO AMP B+
GROUND CABLE TO AMP GROUND
REMOTE WIRE CABLE FROM AMP CONNECTS TO BLUE REMOTE WIRE ON BACK OF CD DECK.
RCA JACKS GO FROM REAR OUTPUT OF CD DECK TO LOW FREQUENCY ON AMP INPUT.

Check Power cable fuse, check ground is grounded to non painted surface.
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