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No lights,no clock no functions. Power to the unit is good. Any suggestions?


The likely cause for your radio not functioning is a blown fuse on the power supply circuit board. Unless you are able to take the clock apart and solder a new fuse to the board, your best option is to purchase another radio. If this clock radio is a wall plug-in, the fuse may have been blown during a thunder storm.

Mar 24, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do you check fuse in the back of the radio?


1.Turn off the vehicle. Locate the main fuse box.
2.Locate a fuse box that isn't under the dashboard by checking under the hood of the car.
3.Look at the diagram on the inside of the fuse box's cover.
4.Determine if the fuse is blown by looking through the clear plastic casing.
5.Take the blown fuse to an electronics store or a car-parts store.Push the new fuse into the empty slot in the fuse box, making sure that it is in the same direction as the other fuses. It should slide in with a tight fit.Replace the fuse-box cover.
6.Complete the above steps before removing the car radio.Disconnect the car battery under the hood by disconnecting the cable from the negative terminal (the black cable) of the battery. Remove the dash area around the car radio.Unscrew the four screws on each corner of the car stereo.Locate the fuse on the back of the car radio.

7.Take the blown fuse to a car-parts store or electronics store to find a replacement fuse. Place the new fuse into the car radio.lide the car radio back into the dash opening. Replace the corner screws followed by the dash trim panels. Put any screws and clips back into place.Reconnect the car battery. Turn the car on, and if the blown fuse was the problem, the radio should work.

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Jun 03, 2014 | 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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Radio Dead and already changed fuses that were not blown


Yes and fuses are tricky some don't look blown and they r, and some look blown and r not But to check the radio itself put a volt meter to the wiring connection on back of unit

Jan 02, 2014 | 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Fuse radio amp


you need a new aftermarket radio you blown your sound wires relay inside the deck !!

Aug 17, 2013 | Honda CR-V Cars & Trucks

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97 Acura 3.5 RL-dome lights, bose stereo won't turn on


Are you sure no fuse was blown? there are more than 1 fuse box (in engine and under dashboard).

Jan 30, 2010 | 1997 Acura RL

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My battery went dead and I exchanged it with a new one, but after installing the new one the radio and drivers side window stopped working, I took the drivers door panel off and found a front door module...


The radio may very well have an alarm on it. If it does, then disconnecting the battery to put in a new one can set off this feature, and make the radio unuseable until a code is entered. Does the radio ask for a code?
A memory saver (aux voltage input device) can be used to keep enough power in the system so it will not trigger a radio alarm.
If you don't have a radio alarm, then check the fuse for the radio, as it may have blown when reconnected.
Not sure about the window.

Jan 15, 2010 | 2000 Jaguar XJ

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After replacing battery in 2002 Toyota Sequoia, radio losses memory everytime vehicle is started. What is wrong?


The radio uses a constant power to retain memory(stations,settings,ect.) and switched power to run on. It sounds like there is a problem with the constant power connection. You can first check the fuse box for any blown fuses and replace any that are found. Also look around the battery for any wires with an inline fuse that could be broken. Try looking under the dash near the radio for any inline fuse holders that could have a blown fuse. You might need to pull the radio and start tracing the constant 12v power wire. First verify that it does have power and if it does then the radio may have been damaged from a voltage spike when the new battery was installed. If the wire does not have power then you will need to start tracing the wire back to the source of the short. It sounds to me like a blown fuse somewhere....

Dec 11, 2009 | 2002 Toyota Sequoia

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I just replaced my radio and now my dash lightsare not workin do u no where i went wrong


check your fuse for the instrument lights youmay have blown it when intsalling new radio. if it is blown replace with same amp fuse if it blows again pull out the radio and see if you left a wire bare

Oct 17, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet S-10

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Hooked up a two-way radio,now speedometer, rpm, gas gages don't work


I'd check for
(1) blown fuse (owner's manual should list which fuse is for the instrument panel - may list it as IP fuse)
(2) broken wire or loose wire in area where you obtained power for the new accessory.

Where did you get power for the 2-way radio?

If you find a blown fuse, replace, and it immediately blows again, unhook the 2-way radio, replace fuse, and see if that works.

Aug 01, 2009 | 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country

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