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    Exclamation Pa1200.1 problems (help)

    I have a pa1200.1 and a 250.2 in my new montecarlo. The 250.2 is running good to my mids while the 1200.1 has no output and the light is yellow. I have tested all wires and eveything has12v. And same good ground as the other amp. This is second 1200.1 that's done this straight out the box. Please help. Any comments would help

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    Have you tried and disconnecting the subwoofer from the PA1200.1 amplifier to see if the amplifier goes out of protection and turns on? Next, I would suggest checking the subwoofer wiring for a pinched or shorted wire. Also measure the DC resistance of the subwoofer's voice coil.

    What is the make and model number of your subs? How many subs are used in your system?
    How are they wired, and what is the Impedance presented to the amplifier?

    You can also call us directly at 800-377-7655 between the hours of 9 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday and we will be glad to help.


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