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Kenwood kac7202 Today i was hooking up my kenwood kac7202 amp to a boston G5 and when i was hooking it up it turned on and every thing but it was hittin good then it stopped and my led light is on but there is no sound can somebody pleez help

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    SERA QUE EL KAC-7202 STEREO/MONO ME LEVANTA 2 WOOFER PIONEER DE 12" EL TS-W307D2

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Unhook the Speaker leads from the amp and check for resistance between the two on the amp... it should be 0... now reattach the speaker wires to the amp and check the resistance...depending on the load at which the amp is stable it should be more than 1 ohm at the least...2 ohms on most amps. If all that checks out, check your pre amp inputs. Maybe something came loose behind the deck.

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