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Jbl bp300 amp qiuts when turn on truck.

The led light is on green every thing is hooked up properly. the subs will sound distorted then the amp will not put any sound out but the light still green, if you hit the amp with your hand slightly it kicks back in? what should i do to fix this

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  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    same as above,,,lights are on but no action,,,if I hit it then plays for couple seconds



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Something inside the amp is busted.... stop hitting it... and replace it.

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SOURCE: Amp has no sound

it is posible that you used a power cable that is too small i guage and smoked the power supply

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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