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General Amplifier Trouble Shooting

My Amplifier isn’t working.

- Check to see which, if any, LED  indicator is on.

 No LED
-       If neither indicator is on first check your inline fuse in the power cable near the battery. (If blown replace with the same rated fuse ).
-       Ensure the Earth/Ground and power connections on the terminal block of the Amplifier are clean and tight.
                                                                                                    
-       Ensure your remote wire has a good connection at the amplifier and Head Unit/Source.   
-       Check amplifier fuses, if blown replace with the same rated fuse but if they fail again you may have a problem in your amplifier circuit.
        Do not replace with a higher rated fuse as this could result in major damage.
-       If the problem persists please consult your authorized dealer at your place of purchase.

Protection LED On
-      If the red protection LED is on it may be that the amp has gone into Thermal protection (overheating).
-      Let the amp cool down for 15-30 minutes and try again.
-      If the amp still goes into protection it could be the result of a speaker/sub problem, disconnect the speaker/sub from the amp and turn the amp on.
       If the power indicator comes on and stays on that would indicate that you have a problem with your speaker/sub.
-      If the protection LED comes on you may have an intenal problem with your amp.
-      There could be a fault that needs professional diagnosing and servicing.
-      If the problem persists please consult the authorized dealer at your place of purchase.
      
 Power LED On No Sound
-      This can indicate that the amp is not receiving a signal from the head unit/source, check your RCA cables and settings.
-      Check the wiring connections on the output of your amp and the subwoofer.
-      You may have a problem with the output circuit of your amplifier.
-       If the problem persists please consult the authorized dealer at your place of purchase.

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