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JVC KD-G245 - powers up, then turns itself off after 3 seconds

I just bought it and yer  powers up, then turns itself off after 3 seconds

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Try connecting battery and accessory wires as one instead of two seperate wires (yellow and red) had same problem and worked for me(it will not be neccesary to turn the key for the radio to work once this is done)

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