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I have two fusion amplifiers in my car.When i turn on my cd player one turn's on and another one not.What's a problem?

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Make sure your power is properly connected and grounded on the amp that is not powering on.
The remote (blue) wire from each amp has to be connected to the remote wire or remote location on the deck itself.
You can also bridge the remotes from both amps to each other as long as the remote is connected from one of the amps to the remote location on the deck.

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