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Problem with radio

I just took out the manufactured radio and replaces it. The wiring is right but the radio will not come on now. I even tried to put the old one back in, and that wont come on either now. I checked the fuse and it is not blown. Any suggestions on what it could be?

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You need the radio code most likely.

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