Question about House Brand Car Audio & Video
Yes, one of the most likely causes of complete failure of the radio would be a blown fuse. There's a fusebox located under the instrument panel to the left of the steering wheel. The radio fuse is number F13, is 7.5A, and color-coded "brown". Here's an image of what a burned fuse and a good fuse would look like. The image is a "yellow" 20A fuse.
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