Question about JVC KS-AX704 Car Audio Amplifier
Just recently the amp's output tends to come in and out. 2 seconds on...2 seconds off... and so on. Giving it a slight tap tends to fix the problem temporarily until vibration knocks it out of whack. I checked all the connections; everything looks good. Appears to be an internal problem as the amp runs very, very hot to the touch.
Sounds like you have a bad solder connection somewhere inside the your amplifier. I would carefully open it up and check for lose parts (resistors, transistors, capacitors, diodes, etc). It is not that difficult to do. Once you find the lose part, solder it into plce with a liberal amount of solder. That should solve your problem.
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