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Re: 1000w Sony Xplode car amp
Sounds like the power supply is shutting down because of it sensing a bad output channel. I'm assuming of course that you have checked all your battery, ground, and trigger wires to see if they are OK. Good luck.
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Make sure your cables are all firmly connected.
Also check the power strip or surge protector.
If all is connected well and the pc will still not turn on it looks like the problem is the power supply unit, which can be replaced for around $20.
I hope this works :).
ok lets try this hit the power button on the DVD player some go into stand by mode and when power is interrupted you have to push the button manually also reset the surge protector next get a lamp that you know works and unplug the tv and plug the lamp into the socket where the TV was plugged into turn on the lamp, does it turn on? yes then something wrong with TV again may have been in stand by mode plug back in and try pushing the power switch on make sure the TV if it has a remote is on the right im put to get a picture say like a satellite or cable or DVD player. hope this helps.
If the component with the blinking green light is on your network card, it has nothing to do with your problem, but does demonstrate that *********** board is NOT fried or there would be no voltage available to make the light blink.
Something on your board may be fried, but not the entire board.
Unit needs board level service, so obtain an RMA, if available and submit the unit for bench testing and service.
try another sub if possible to see whats happening...You might want to check to see if you have a good ground to amp .make sure ground connector is not on top of paint..if it is scrape paint off from body and polish to bare metal.Then reattach ground wire..then retry..
switch off the amp then take off all the wires off including the speaker wire and then reconnect the wires on like before the problem is that the amp is on protection and if that dont work then get it repaired another thing is make sure ur amp fuses havent blown.