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Re: audiobahn a8002t has no sound
If you are getting amp lights to turn on at all, then power is getting to the amp so although the fuse is oversized (50 amp fuse ok), it is not your present problem.
I am guessing the final stake transistors have failed. do you know how to test them...you can use a multimeter that has a transistor test function, but first de-solder two of the 3 pins from the pcb...be aware that power MOSFETS may exist that cannot be tested with this meter.
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Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty. D
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While I was not able to find a part number or support information at audiobahn's website, and the ampguts site did not show the A8002T, several of their amps seem to use a standard muffin fan.
If you can measure the fan, it's very likely that you can find a suitable replacement here. If they do not have one with the exact connector you need, use the connector that is on your noisy fan. Just make sure that the fan you choose is the appropriate size.
Hope this helps. If it does, please rate as "FixYa".
very simple run a ground from gnd on amp to a good ground spot on car run 12 volt power cable from back of fuse relay by battery to 12v+ on amp then splice blue wire on back of stereo splice in another wire about seven feet run that to remote on amp then hook up speakers its pretty simple to hook up an amp hope this helps