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In my display is says 3-03 when ever i plug in my rca cables and no sound comes out?

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From Page 7 of your manual... this is indicating a grounded speaker wire (blown voicecoil).

It has shut down to prevent damage. Disconnect the speaker wires from the amplifier and power on the amplifier again. If the error persists - you will need to have the amplifier repaired.

Check the voicecoils for proper imedance.

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