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Pioneer car radio DEH-P7700MP

Hello, I have a Pioneer radio that the warranty is out by @ 3 months and they will not honor it. It has the 12VDC at the rear plug and the fuse is not blown but , I get no other lights or functions(Dead), with a CD stuck in it. Is the output transistors out of it?? Suggections?? Mindless1

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  • Ralph Croson Mar 25, 2007

    I have the 12 vdc from the fuse box and the radio fuse isnt blown, I have the 12 vdc power source to the plug that plugs into the radio,
    Thanks

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Did you check the fuse with a ohmmeter. fuses that small are realy hard to see... just check the continuity between the two termanils on the fuse, there should be continuity. Check your fuse panel of your car or truck, maybe it poped a fuse there. Physically check the power input with a votimeter and see if you have your 12 volts to the unit.

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