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No power to cd player in car

I am putting in a jvc cd player in a 1994 jeep, when i pulled out the old player and put the new one in it did not power up so rehooked the old one and it played. so i hooked the new one up and it did not power up. so i was going to put the old one back in and it stop playing and powering up so checked the fuses and none r blown son now i dont now why i cant get the cd player to work nor the old one if u could help please wright back thanks chris miller

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Did you check the fuses on the car or on the stereo it self?

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