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Plug my cobra 2500 in car wont work but work in wall plug

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Yes i just kept looking at the cord saw the light on it wouldnt come on when i plugged it in my car saw the top of cord connection,seen that it's top screwed on and behold i find the fuse inside of it. it was burnt out! so all i needed was a new fuse

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