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I installed a 400 watt zapco competition amp\ front speakers play ...back woofers don't?

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Are you sure you didnt wire the amplifier the front and rear to
left/ right?

check your deck settings to see that the rear speaker rca are connected.
check all wires are connected.
push the mono or bridge buttons are off.

provide more info.

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