Question about Orion HCCA 10.2 Car Subwoofer
Check all wires. Make sure you connected RCA cables to the OUT of the cd deck and the IN of the amp. Common mistake. Be sure speaker wires are connected. Speaker to terminals inside the box, and then from the box to the amp. If you've been moving the speaker around thru installation, you might have knocked a wire off the inside of the box. I had some MTX's one time that broke the wires from the speaker terminasl to the cone itself. You know those braided flexable ones? Check those too. Amp fuses. You might have blown 1 fuse but still have another one or two that is allowing the power light to stay on. GOOD LUCK
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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