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Radio wont turn on

I have check the fuse under the dash on the passenger side, and the radio wont turn on Need help

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    I have a 2004 Odyssey and had to replace the barttery. Now the radio is dead nothing comes up except the security light. I need help.

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You will need to pull the radio out and check the connector to see that it has 12 volts.

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