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Pioneer DEH-P2000 I keep on blowing my 3A fuse when I increase the volume on my stereo- any ideas?

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Most of the car stereos are 40 to 50 watts output.so they need a stronger fuse than 3A.This kind of radios use 10A fuse.

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