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I have got no power on my amp yet all cables connected properly, checked checked n checked again, and still no power its a 2001 ford focus with a pioneer head unit with american legacy la890 amp and 1000w jbl sub. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated Thanks Gareth

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    Rommel Cana Sep 30, 2010

    have it disconnected , check components like MOSFET on the power supply

    check for possible shorted power transistors on the Main amp

    check for preamp supply rails

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If u checked all ur fuses and u have a good ground(paint removed solid connection) u could have a problem inside ur amp. Have a local repair technician check it out

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Check all your fuses and make sure your ground wire is properly grounded you can put it right on the neg side of your battery to test.

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