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Posted on Aug 29, 2007

Xm6660 My amp comes on for maybe 2 seconds and the yellow light that says thermal comes on and goes off. I dont get any sound. This anp is on my highs, but I dont get any sound out of the amp on my subs either..

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It sounds like you may have a power-supply problem. You need to measure the DC voltage across the B+ and ground terminals of the amp. If it doesn't remain near 12v when the amp is on, you need to determine why the voltage is dropping. It could be due to a defective fuse or a corroded connection at the battery.

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