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I static shocked my tape deck while plugging in my droid with a tape adapter, is the deck dead?

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Def dead if the fuse is good usualy hooking them up live spikes the capacitors and causes a short circut internaly

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CAUTIONS: Use only shielded audio cable with RCA-type connectors (not
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