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Re: rt 202 led light red and no sound
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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Check the wall outlet to see if you have power going to the TV. Next, the case will need to be opened; look inside for a fuse near the power wire. Beyond that you will need someone with TV experience to help you.
well... you have to wire the sub correctly to the amplifier to get good sound.. you could be giving it like an 8 ohm load and this will cause the amp to put out barely anything at all.. www.the12volt.com and the subwoofer wiring diagram willl tell you all you need to know...
hi, your amp seems to be getting power but the cables might be wrong so it's not getting enough power. the light on the amp should be green if everything is going well.
are you sure the cables are suitable for your amp?
The red light means the amp is in protection mode. A few things can cause protection mode.....
First disconnect the subs completely from the amp, and turn it on, if it powers up you have blown subs.
Also try checking the main power wire at the battery...sometimes the current your meter is seeing is backfeeding from the remote wire, so your main power line could be blown at the fuse under the hood.
hope this helps
This is not a problem that a normal comsumer should try to repair themselves. It's time to take it to a pro. It sounds like you have blown out at least one of your output channels. If you are getting any red light at all then the good news is that the power supply section of the amp is probably still good. About half of all the electronics in your amp is for the power supply section. The other half is for the actual amplifiers of the amp. Good luck, I hope it's not too bad.