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Powers up but no signal

Having trouble with my m301 amp, everything powers up - digital menu - but no sound to my sub. any ideas and pictures to what i have to replace?

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  • johnny chieng Sep 13, 2007

    "Check your gain pots as well as audio pre outs on amp."


    where can i locate these?

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Check your gain pots as well as audio pre outs on amp. sometimes pre outs will get loose and be unable to make a connection.

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