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    Unhappy Help!

    Last weekend i wired up my sub/amp. No problems! Everything worked fine for a couple of days. One morning i got in my car and only the radio would work (no cd's) very quietly and the volume could not be changed? The next day i got in my car and nothing would work at all, my head unit would not even turn on?

    I have no idea what the problem could be so any help/ideas would be appreciated.

    Ive taken the head unit out and fiddled with all the wires to make sure its not a lose connection but nothing works??

    Thanks

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    Check fuses -
    then remove sub connections to check wether it's just the HU playing up ...

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    Yer, that's what I'd do...

    Remove the fuse under the bonnet for your amp, then remove all the connections to the amp, especially the RCA/Line level inputs. Try your head unit again and see if the fault has cleared. Then ask on here again!!

    Are you using RCA leads or Line level inputs? I am only asking in case you have somehow overloaded the internal amp on your head unit.
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    RCA leads i presume. Ive never heard of line level inputs?

    Double screened phono lead it said on the wiring kit?

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