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My Panasonic Cd player works and im getting power to my amp but no output though my subs..

Everything is connected rca's power wire speaker wire remote and im getting full power but im not getting any output on the subs it was working for about a week then just stoped i checked all the fuses and still nothing...someone told me i could have blown the lower channel in the cd player???

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Mine's doing the same thing and i don't know whats causing it either other than its a factory defect

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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