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No power at forward poser adapters

I do not have power at forward power adapters but have it at the rear power adapters

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Did you check the fuse (under the hood) to see if it needs replacing? I had a dime roll into my power adapter which in turn blew the fuse. It is a separate fuse than for the rear power socket(s). Check the owners manual for the proper location for the power adapter (front). Remember to check the power adapter for any metal objects before changing the fuse.

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