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No Power I have power all the way to the back inside of the back of the deck.....Still i have no display, no sound, nothing.....Any solutions????

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Ok I have a double din it was working today and then it just stop what do u guys think the problem is I check the fues under the dash. N they was good what else to do plz help.... Thx

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Re: No Power

You also must make sure that it is grounded as well.

If you need more help, let me know and please tell me how you were able to determain that it has power going to the radio. Which wires did you check and how did you check them.

Sometimes having the antenna plugged in will give you a good enough ground to at least check the radio. Most cars have the antenna ground connected to the chassis but not all. This is not intended as a permanent ground.

If all wiring is correct and no fuses are blown, yu may just have a defective radio that needs service.

If I can be more help just let me know.


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