Question about Radio Communications
The fuse is probably blown and will continue to blow until the protection diode inside the radio is replaced. Do not remove this diode, have it replaced, as it saves the rest of your radio when you hook it up backwards. Do not try a larger fuse. A standard CB radio should be fused at about 2 amps. email@example.com or 804-855-4747 I can fix it if you'd like.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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