We tried to hook up the amp and the led light does not come on and then they took the power tester and tested it and it was good, but they think it might be the remote ??? he ran a power to the remote and the side of the amp and said that he was creating a power and it did not work, is there anyway to fix this, why wont it work??? and i noticed on this amp there is no place for a fuse??
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Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty . Send to Rockford Fosgate for repair
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It sounds like you've got a short to ground in either your power line or internally in your amp. Either that or the fuse on your amp (usually right on the side) might be blown. Check your power line and make sure that your amp isn't screwed directly to any metal parts of your car, as some amps will short like this. If there's nothing wrong with the power line, send it in for warranty or bring it to your local audio store to have them check it. If you feel comfortable with trying to fix it yourself, then take it apart but be advised that internal screws usually have a glued spot so they can tell if you've disassembled it.