Question about Panasonic CQ-DFX972U CD Player
It is always best to have fuse on battery lead but as long as the leads are definately going through the fuse panel then you should have no problem but if you have the fuse and it blows then their is deffinately something wrong.
The fuse on the battert leads is a backup as long as the wires are running through main fuse panel the reason for extra fuse is because the main fuse works other things running off it not just the one for radio so the fuse on the battery lead is their so that if something wrong with the unti then that fuse blows and only that 1 unit wont work but if main fuse blows other things might not work so its always best to have inline fuse so that only the 1 unit stops working incase of problem.
so its not vital you have one but it usefull so that you know where the problem is coming from and saves time tracking down fault
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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