Okay, my amp was working fine for about 3 weeks. I was listening to music one day last week when the volume cut out completely. The power light on the amp was slightly flickering. Headunit and all connections check out. Now the amp was cutting on occasionally, but when I went to try and fix it I found pushing in hard on the fuses would make it play. After doing that though it wont cut back on at all now. Any suggestions?
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Exercise your warranty IMMEDIATELY since you just bought it! If you bought this used, you LIKELY bought someone else's problem. The problem is likely in the digital effects area... probably a bad cable contact... but if under warranty DO NOT mess with it... return it for replacement or repair.
1-Check & see if Mute is on.
2-CHeck & make sure ringer volume is on (settings from Main screen,pressing 4square looking button)
3-Turn phone completely OFF,kinda like resetting it,my phone does this occasionally & does fine if i restart it.
If this doesnt work---Clarify your Prob a lil more & go from there.
Your battery should be fine! Although the amp might not be strong enough for the sub. All you can do is check the RCA cables from your radio to your amp as these might vibrate loose when you get to 17 volume and also check the monster cable from your amp to your sub asit might have vibrated loose as well.