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How to install?What wires hook up to where?

I've had this unit setting for a long time because I tried hooking it up in the house using a spare battery I had.Thought I knew how to hook up and when only the face lit up I thought it must have gotten damaged when it was pulled out of a friends car.He swore it wasn't.AndI know it worked just the day prior of removing. Well I just stowed it away and now I'm thinking I just didn't test it right.I know the speaker wire hook ups.It's the power wires I need info on.Red,Yellow,Black.Please any help would be great. tx

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  • kenny s Oct 10, 2007

    Thats what I did.I'll try 1 more time,but it sounds like it's fried. Ty

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Hi, Re the power wires - black is ground (or - of battery), red goes to the + terminal of the battery and the yellow would go to the Acc in the ignition switch of a car. If you are hooking it up on a spare "battery", you have to twist together the red and yellow and connect both to the + terminal. Good luck and kind regards.

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