Ive got a kicker zr360 amp that worked fine until i chaned some switch from hipass to bipass with my power on. im not sure if that is the problem but yesterday i touched my amp and i acted as the ground...any solutions?
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What is the wattage of the sub?
What is the power output of the amp, bridged & not bridged?
If the bridged power output will NOT exceed the rated power of the sub then you should bridge it.
If it will exceed the rated power of the sub then don't. 8)
THERE IS AN ISSUE WITH THE FEMALE CONNECTOR THAT IS SOLDERED TO THE PC BOARD THAT ACCEPTS THE CROSSOVER CARD. IF THE CROSSOVER IS PUSHED WITHOUT CARE, IT EVENTUALLY STARTS TO HAVE POOR CONTACT. THE CONNECTOR MUST BE REPLACED. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND MY ADD FOR REPAIR UNDER ZIPCODE 70360. I AM NEW TO THIS FORUM AND DON'T YET KNOW HOW TO LINK TO MY ADD ON THIS SITE. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND IT BY SEARCHING MY LOCAL ZIPCODE THOUGH. LET ME KNOW IF I CAN BE OF FURTHER ASSISTANCE......V
OPEN UP THE AMP AND CHECK THE FUSE HOLDER THAT IT IS CONNECTED TO THE BOARD IT MAY HAVE GOT BUMPED AND THE CONNECTION MAY HAVE BROKE IT MAY BE A HAIR LINE BREAK WITH THE COVER OFF AND THE POWER ON MOVE THE HOLDER MAY NEED TO BE RESOLDER THE CONNECTON THATS ALL IT IS GOOD LUCK
It sounds like you have some broken solder connections on the power terminal. if you know how to solder and are good at taking things apart and putting them back together you can fix it pretty easy.
Car amps are not always very easy to take apart if you have never done it before.
Radioshack guys don't know much at all about real repair work, but they can help find a part you might need.
This can probably be fixed at a repair shop for $60 to $80 depending on the shops rates.
You know one thing for sure, the amp will work if you hold the terminal down. If it was an electrical problem that needed some real troubleshooting done, holding your finger on the power terminal would not make it start working again. This has to be a bad connection inside the amp.
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