I just wanted to add that I can hear a clicking noise coming from the module when this ON/STANBY starts switching even when a signal is passing through? I have no clue why it's doing this! :(
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Get the spec sheet (really a manual) from here:
Then see how this audio sending is enabled or disabled. It's either a jumper or switch that needs to be right. May be dirty or not working. Try disabling it to see if that fixes it. If it's still going into standby mode, disconnect your amp output to ensure you don't have a short in the speaker cable or speaker.
Hi Erik and tweak1, thanks so much for your responses! Hope you all are having a good day! @erik_squires , I do have that icepower manual but not sure what I am looking for on it? The amp module was working fine for years, and all of a sudden, it started going in and out of ON and Standy modes. I can see this by the 2 LEDS that I mounted on the front of the enclosure. When the amp is first turned on, the amber LED lights up until a signal is passed through, then the blue LED comes on and plays when a signal is passed through. Not long ago I had unplugged it and took a look inside trying to see if I could notice anything visually. I unplugged all of the connectors from the board and re-plugged them back in making sure that all was secure. I then hooked the amp back up and it was working fine for a couple of weeks, then started this switching between the ON/Standby modes. I can actually hear a clicking noise when this happens. I can trouble shoot some things if I was told what to do. I have a Fluke DMM and such, but honestly wouldn't know where to start. Thanks for your concern!
@tweak1 Thanks bud, I will look him up and see if I can contact him!
First understand your device. Is there a switch or jumper cable used to tell it to be in stand by mode? If so, check that and make sure it’s clean. Alternatively disable it so it’s always on.
In other words, the first thing to troubleshoot is the switch/jumper which enables auto mode. A dirty jumper, or bad switch or wire can make this misbehave.
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