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Try a different input source. I have had this happen before and the easiest way to diagnose the root of the problem was to take a home CD player out to my car and use the outputs to power the amp. If the amp works, move upstream to the RCA wires (unplug them from the back of your head unit and plug them into the home CD player). If that works, you know the stereo isn't putting out a signal. Good luck!!
most likely when you paired your phone you did the standard discovery mode however on some model phones especially the Nokia you might have to force pair it and you can find that information on the menu settings on the bluetooth module, is it the BT-200,300,350,or 400?
turn off all the settings on the amp for (example, sub ,comp, lpf, etc put them all on the off position and then turn off your car remove your face plate and then try it agin it worked for me. but dont turn up the settings to loud the subs might nit be able to handle all the power thats y it does that
Hi. If you shorted (touched) the speaker wires together, or let them touch the chassis of the car, then it may have locked out. Just turning the amp off and back on will fix this, so it sounds like you have done damage to it. Most amps have a speaker relay which gives a click sound when you turn on. If there is no click, then it may have a power supply failure.
Disconnect the speaker wires from the amp, then try it again. If the error message doesn't appear, try connecting the speaker wires back to the amp one by one.
The error message is due to some sort of overcurrent in the amp. If the error does not go away when the speaker wires are disconnected, the issue is most likely with the amp itself and will need professional repair.
OK, It looks like you may have an internal problem. I must say from the begining if you do not have a background in electronics take the unit to a qualified service center. Now it sounds like you could have a power supply problem if you have power coming in onpen the unit and with the use of a schematic find the main voltage rail and test from there each test point and make sure it matches the schematic value. Look for burnt circuit tarces nad if you find the remove them and jumper with re-trace wire.
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