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Rt 202 led light red and no sound

My amp rt202 led light is red and willl not put out any sound wat should i do?

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  • kjnrydr Mar 22, 2008

    My amp light is red and fuses are good but there is very low output. I can feel the output but can't hear it.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    what does it mean if the red and green led lights on my amp flash in an alternating pattern?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    I have a 1000 wat t1 fos gate power amp and when I cut it on it do sent put any sound out but the power light stays on

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With the system turned off, disconnect the speaker wires from the amplifier. Turn on the system. If the light stays red, then the amplifier has an internal problem. If the light turns green, then your problem is a blown speaker, or a speaker wiring issue.

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