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Kicker 750.1 mono amplifier

Hi i have never had a problem with this amp until yesterday when it just stopped playing music.... the green light comes on and the speakers will move briefly when the key is turned from off to auxilary.... im hoping this is a standard problem and easy fix...

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  • danielh73 Dec 15, 2008

    no sound from my kicker 08zx650.4 it turns on but no sound and it is connected correctly but when i turn the turn the amp on the red light comes on for two seconds then turns of and the green light comes on but still no sound.

  • ampaskevic Dec 21, 2008

    i have this same problem the sub is hooked up correctly and the green light is on but all of the sudden it wont work

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Since you didn't mention the red light, I'll assume it's not coming on. If that's the case, you'll need to check the B+ and remote voltage at the amp.

With a multimeter set to DC volts and the black lead on the amplifier's ground terminal, the meter should read 11+ volts when the red lead is touched to either the remote terminal or the B+ terminal.The head unit will need to be on so the remote lead will be 'hot' (have 12v on it).

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