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When I raise the volume the music turns off. What
2 things could shut your amp...to low of a ohm load, or very low voltage drops. I need some more info to help you out.
1. Is the amp really hot when it shuts off?
2. Is it a mono sub amp or 2 channel stereo amp?
3.What ohm's are your subs & are they SVC or DVC?
4. How do you have them wired to the amp?
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I have a idea whats going on just need some more info.
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My red light is blinking and the screen says E-03
Red lights and error codes usually mean a fault ha occurred. Usually blown output transistors or input power supply caps are to blame. Don't try to fix unless you are comfortable with doing that and have the equipment. Also try emailing Kenwood tech support, they will be happy to tell you exactly what the error code is and possibly why it is happening.
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The amp is only putting out on 1 channel
I do believe this is caused by one of your amp fuses. Depending on which + on the amp is being used. That channel has a blown fuse. have you tried running + and -, + and - to both channels to see if both subs worked? If one sub doesn't then it's a blown fuse or scarred fuse and needs to be changed.
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Kenwood Excelon KAC-X521
According to page 7 of the radio's manual, E-02 means the amp has failed and DC is being applied to the speakers. It also says "Turn the POWER switch "OFF" and release the protection."
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