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Amp LED light turns on then off

My system is hooked to a kill switch so i can turn off my amp and bass when needed. this prevents my amp from staying on. one day i turn everything on and the light turns green then shuts off. not red but just completely off. i checked my fuses and everythings ok. any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2007

    HAVE THIS AMP AND ONE DAY IT FEEL OFF DUE TO VIBRATIONS ON THE BOX. NOW THE AMP STARTS GREEN BUT TURNS RED AND DOSENT WORK. NOW IVE CHECKED MY POWER GOING IN AND EVERYTHING IS GOOD ASWELL AS THE FUSES ARE ALL OK WHAT SHOULD I DO NEXT OR WHERE SHOULD I BRING IT

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You need to use a multimeter to confirm that you have both B+ and remote voltage at the amp.

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