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Radio/cd player is not working

Battery died. Replaced it. Radio/CD player now not working.

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    cd player not working after batterie dies

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    cd player not working after batterie dies

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Check your fuses, the radio fuse in your fuse block may have blown when you rehooked up the new battery

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