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Old 19th May 2013, 03:50 AM   #1
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Question Rockford Fosgate 325.1 repair Teach me the Wayz Audio Masters

Ok, so first post, here we go:
Did some searching, and I didn't find anything specifically on this amp. I understand what I'm doing and know the basics of a multimeter, so lets get going.
I acquired a Rockford Fosgate p325.1 amp. Looks good on the outside. It doesn't power up....
I am using a power supply at home to diagnose and fix the issues with this amp. My goal is to have it turn on and work. Tested this is a car with a working system, and it didn't power on.

What should my first step be, and what I am looking for. The amp doesn't smell burnt like many others I've personally fried.
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Old 19th May 2013, 02:00 PM   #2
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we need the voltages of the 494ic
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