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Aw1206t sub wont work

I hook my one sub up and it pound then other dont turns my amps red light on an quits pounding i rewired it all and that sub still does it other one works fine an i bought them @ same time so whats the problem? why is it turning my amp light red and it hit when u first hook it up but only gives a thump and turns amp red again

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How do you fix that problem. Cuz i have the same problem too. I hook up one 10 inch sub and it works but when i hook up the second one the red light on my amp comes on. Both subs used to work fine.

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I have a dub 4001 amp

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Unplug the inputs and outputs from the amp (be sure to mark the wires so you can hook them back up), leaving only the ground, +12, and remote wire hooked up. Now, turn it on. If the amp light goes red, the amp is broken. If it goes green, turn if off, plug in the speakers, then turn it on. if it's red, its a speaker problem, if green, do the same with the inputs, and you'll have your answer.
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The RCA inputs to the sub may be unplugged or damaged. Check them both for the sub and for the amp
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