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Wont turn on

I have everything connected right and the stereo still wont work could it be a fuse?

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  • captin Homer Mar 11, 2008

    My brand new Alpine CDA-9883 will shut off at randem times and may not come back on for weeks and sometimes come on and off many times in a row. Help!!!!

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Could be. you should test the voltage on the yellow wire and red wire. Both should be 12 volts with the car on.

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