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Default 10" powered bazooka will not power on

I have a 10" 250 watt bazooka.
It will not power on even when directly hooked under the hood to the battery....no green light.
Am I missing something?
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Default Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

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I have a 10" 250 watt bazooka.
It will not power on even when directly hooked under the hood to the battery....no green light.
Am I missing something?
Where is your ground connected? What about the remote turn-on wire?
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Default Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

Must the remote turn on wire be connected?
I tried an underhood to the battery quick hookup to see if it would power on and it would not.
My other Bazooka powers on without being hooked up......it is a 6 inch 100 watt version though.

If so, what is the easiest hook up for the orange wire?
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Default Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

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Must the remote turn on wire be connected?
I tried an underhood to the battery quick hookup to see if it would power on and it would not.
My other Bazooka powers on without being hooked up......it is a 6 inch 100 watt version though.

If so, what is the easiest hook up for the orange wire?
Yes, if you want the Tube, to turn-on, the turn-on circuit has to be connected. You were most likely using the Auto-Turn On feature of the BTA6100. Connect to a switched +12v source.
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Default Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

Ok, thank you
I will try that
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Default Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

Still not powering on.
May be a bad amp?
Do they accept partial trade ins when purchasing a new amp?
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Help 0003 Re: 10" powered bazooka will not power on

I. Trying to install Iíve verified 12v power, ground and 12v remote signal but Iím getting no sound from bazooka and an Orange light. What doe orange led mean?
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I. Trying to install Iíve verified 12v power, ground and 12v remote signal but Iím getting no sound from bazooka and an Orange light. What doe orange led mean?
Red or Orange illumination is indication of a fault.
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