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No sound out of speaker

Ive tried other amps and still no sound and its wired correctly

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Must be blown

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NO it won't be your battery. Sounds more like your deck.

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A good test procedure is to remove all speaker connections from the amp. Then run new (test) wires from the amp to just your front speakers or to two known-good speakers with correct ohm impedance. If the receiver works that way, it tells you that you have a problem somewhere in your wiring.

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