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Old 12-01-2007, 08:18 PM   #1
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i got my power wire ran today but my system still aint working, the power light is coming on on the amp but the subs aint workin all my wires are good and tight in the amp and box (inside and outside), any suggestions
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is your power wire hooked up right? have you tried testing it with a multimeter, or even a simple light auto light bulb?
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it started working
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not sure, i was drivin around for about five minutes and it came on, but it aint workin again so i no something is wrong so im goin to get my friend who did all my other stuff to check it out
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Check your ground. You'll still have power but a bad ground will cause it not to play.
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