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Old 30th January 2010, 10:50   #1
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I have the following ICE setup in my Getz which has been working flawlessly since the past 3 & half years.
HU: Pioneer 6850
Front n Rear: JBL 6.5" components GTO607C
SUB: JBL 12' with company made sealed box GTO1200B
Amp1: JBL CS60.4 for the comps
Amp2: JBL CS60.2 for the sub
Wires: Monster (power cables 4g+Interconnects+speaker cables+2 fuses [all 300 series])

Today morning the CS60.2 Amp is refusing to turn on (Guessing it since there is no power to the Sub & the LEDs on the amp are not turning on). It was working perfectly fine till yesterday night.
What could be the problem?
How can I check if the Amp is fried or if there is any other problem?
Is there a JBL service centre in Mumbai where I can get the AMp check/rectified?
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Old 30th January 2010, 11:05   #2
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Amp2: JBL CS60.2 for the sub
Today morning the CS60.2 Amp is refusing to turn on
What could be the problem?
next to the speaker terminals you will see a 22A fuse. The 60.2 has only one fuse. Check to see if this fuse is ok. You can contact Sahil International (Indiajbl.com) for more help.

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There is a blade fuse located between the power connector and the speaker connector. Pull out the fuse and check if it is blown or damaged. If so, replace with an equivalent fuse and check again.

I am assuming that the main (Monster) fuses are healthy - please check those also.
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next to the speaker terminals you will see a 22A fuse. The 60.2 has only one fuse. Check to see if this fuse is ok. You can contact Sahil International (Indiajbl.com) for more help.
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There is a blade fuse located between the power connector and the speaker connector. Pull out the fuse and check if it is blown or damaged. If so, replace with an equivalent fuse and check again.

I am assuming that the main (Monster) fuses are healthy - please check those also.
Thanks Navin & DerAlte for pointing this out. I shall check the fuse on the Amp & also the main fuse.
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I guess remote turn-on & ground wires for this amp also need to be checked out.
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Smile The Amp kickstarts again

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I guess remote turn-on & ground wires for this amp also need to be checked out.
Thanks Nura.

Checked the fuses & they were fine. Got the wiring checked & turned out that there was a loose connection of the remote turn-on wire. Now the Amp is working fine.

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