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Radio wont work in 1996 camry

Car got rained in and my dad thinks it shorted the fuse but said radio fuse isnt with other fuses and dont know where else it could be, any suggestions.

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I dont think there is a separate fuse other than in the fuse panel. some radio's may have one in back of the radio but I'm not sure about yours.

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