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Blew the fuse

I had my battery changed in my car. but put the positive and the negative in the wrong spots and blew the fuse in my radio i changed the fuse the the radio still does not work

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YOU CHECK THE CAR FUSE...BUT THE STEREO HAVE ANOTHER FUSE. CHECK IT IF PROBLEM PERSIST.... I´M SORRY BUT I THINK YOU BLOWIT ,YOU MUST GO TO REPAIRED SOME TIMES BLOW A THIN LINES INSIDE THE STEREO AND REPAIRED THOSE WORK AGAIN AND POWER AMP IN THE STEREO BLOW TOO. GOOD LOCK!!!!

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

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