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JVC car stereo doesn't power up

I previously owned the JVC-LH-300 car stereo, that I had installed in my Camry. I had it removed and sold it online recently, when I bought my new car. I received an email back from the person who bought it from me, who claims it doesn't work. It worked fine up to the point it was removed. Has anyone heard of issues with this or any other car stereo decks? Are they really that fragile and could possibly be damage to the point they will no longer work, when being stored. Not sure if he’s trying to rip me off for something he did, or if I actually sold something that was faulty. Not sure what to do... unit doesn't power up apparently.

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Check the ground wire. It might have come loose. Ground wire is the only black wire in the harness.

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