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    Well i have had my deck in my car since september. I bought it at the Big 4 sale. Today i was driving and all my trebble cut out and all i got was the sub. I check all the connection and it still does it. What could the problem be?

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    could be blown high level fuse, or fried channels. assume the fuse first.

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    where would this fuse be? it cuts in and out thou?

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    I'd say re-check the connections and check the ground. Other than that it could be an internal thing.

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    that what i thought i checked everything today and it is all fine. i went to sounfdaround they wany want to charge me 40 buck to check the wiring i said it was fine. he said they have to check. this is bull shit

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    make sure u didnt run ur power line and ur rca's etc. along the same path......they should be kept apart....my buddy ran them to the sub/amp all together and he had the same problem
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    really? i have been running all wire together since steptember and it just started. i will try moving the apart. thank

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    the fuse i'm talking about is a little one on the decks harness. sometimes they keep it in a little black box with the wiring. either way, it's inline.

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    Sorry for assuming, but is this a factory deck or aftermarktet??
    if its factory just take it back and they will fix it. if its aftermarket,
    dont be suprised if its actually the deck itself doing it. not all problems can be solved by replacing fuses. but as said a million times before, check all your connections, and if your full range speakers are amped (factory) make sure the amps ok...

    just out of curiosity what kind of vehicle is it??

    Originally posted by dj_honda
    make sure u didnt run ur power line and ur rca's etc. along the same path......they should be kept apart....my buddy ran them to the sub/amp all together and he had the same problem
    BTW this wont do anything like cut sound out all together , all you`ll here is heavy power buzz. wont effect the volume of individual channels at all.

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    well it is a 91 Civic. it is an aftermarket deck. i will check eveything again. i will let u know how it truns out.

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