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No sound i have power to my amp but there is no sound. The amp is a Rockford Punch P3001

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  • Bryan Epland May 11, 2010

    Hi, So to get this straight, you have power to it, RCA's hooked up, and the amp turns on when the stereo is on, correct?

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Interchange with a known working amp, if work check your wiring and speakers.

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