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    PLEASE HELP, not getting power to HU!

    Hey guys! my first post here, even though i read around on these threads about an hour a day.
    I need help. A few months back my whole system went out at once. I had a JVC SH-707 HU and a mtx blue thunder class d amp. Well all the sudden i heard some poppin noises and all channels cut out. So i checked my amp and it smelled fried. Well i pulled up to my house and pulled out the HD to wire my speakers directly to the internal amp, but when i got it out it was smelling fried also. so i hooked up all speakers to the HD interanl amp and NO POWER! I thought i just had some horrible luck and blew both out in one shot.
    So about a week ago I bought a new Kenwood excelon x-590 put it in and what do u know, no power!!! WTF!! Well now im starting to think i got some kind of electrical problem. Please help i dont like sending my car into the local shops here because they know jack sh** (the main guy told me MTX was way higher quality that RE, when i told him im getting an MX 12" )
    So what do you guys think? Please help me out guys I wanna get this fixed as quick as possible....Im die'n here lookin at my purrty new deck







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    Re: PLEASE HELP, not getting power to HU!

    did you check all the fuses?



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    Re: PLEASE HELP, not getting power to HU!

    yes Sir! the only fuses I kno of are when i pop my hood there is a fuse block. Checked all of them! (97' toyota camry) I was thinkin about ghetto riggin it and just running a power wire directly from the batt to the deck. I dont really care how ugly i make it seeing that im getten a new car in like 3 months.




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    Re: PLEASE HELP, not getting power to HU!

    how do you have everything hooked up?



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    Re: PLEASE HELP, not getting power to HU!

    rite now i have it set up to the car wiring. Its all hooked up as directed by the manual. Ive put in quite a few decks in my life and iever had this happen. the speakers are being hooked up with separate 16 gauge wire going directly to the crossovers in the front and the 6x9's in the back. I didnt realise there is any other ways to hook up a deck other that with the wiring that already in the car?




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