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Power to pioneer deh-2000mp will not turn on

At the back of the radio I have power, both key-on and constant. I can not get the radio to turn on. It was working and then it just stopped. This was hooked up in a 2001 ram w the stock infinty speakers. This radio is only about 4 months old if that. I bought it on clearence at target. Its manufacter date is oct. 08. I put the stock radio back in and it works. The mini fuse in the back of the radio is good. I dont know if the problem is internal but thats what I'm leaning towards. If any one has any idea on the problem, a solution, or knowledge of any sorts please let me know.

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MOST OF THE TIME THE CONSTANT CAN NOT BE HOOKED UP TO THE SAME WIRE AS THE POWER WIRE, U SHOULD HAVE A WIRE IN UR HARNESS THAT IS YELLOW USE THAT WIRE, IF U DONT FIND A FUSE INSIDE UR CAB USE THE FUSE AS A CONSTANT POWER LEAD BUT PUT IT ON ONE THAT CUTS ON WITH THE KEY.

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