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Hi I have no power in my radio my husband said the fuses look fine can you please help?

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Looking at a fuse is no way to tell if it is any good or not.it must be checked with a test light as there could be a small break in the fuse that you can`t tell by looking at it.i`ve even had one were the test light should a good fuse but when tested with a ohm meter with the fuse out of the fuse panel across the prongs it checked bad,it had a break in the section of the fuse that you can`t see through.

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