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Power problem avic-N1

I have this system installed on my motorcycle,my battery died and i had to jumpstart the bike to get it started. Well after that i noticed that the radio wasn't working. That night i pulled that fairing off the bike and found a popped fuse.I replaced the fuse and now it still doesn't work.I know i still have power because when i pull the face off there is a red light flashing....does anyone know what the flashing light means?

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  • Anonymous Jun 05, 2008

    I removed the battery terminals and then reconnected and now my navigator doesn't work. When I take the faceplate off there is a flashing red light

    Are there any internal fuses that I can check. External ones seem to be ok



  • lalakis Jun 05, 2008

    I removed the battery terminals and then reconnected and now my navigator doesn't work. When I take the faceplate off there is a flashing red light

    Are there any internal fuses that I can check. External ones seem to be ok



  • hopsing512 Jul 12, 2008

    red wire fuse inline blwn reconect still same

  • bsolis00 Nov 19, 2008

    red light flashing

  • wompdw Jan 13, 2009

    no power to unit. I checked the fuses and their good

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I removed the battery terminals and then reconnected and now my navigator doesn't work. When I take the faceplate off there is a flashing red light

Are there any internal fuses that I can check. External ones seem to be ok

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