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No Sound coming out of amp to subwoofer

I recently had installed a DUB1002 amp and now 4 months later it's not working. The amp itself turns on because I hear the fan moving and the led light status is red but no power to the woofer. When I mess around with the fuses connected to the amp the led light turns green and is giving power to the woofer, however, after I turn the car or radio off and then back on the amp goes back to it's original status of giving no power with a red led light. What could possibly be the problem here?

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Check the fuse box and make sure there is no loose connection there. also check the wire that feeds power to that amp. good luck

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