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Radio has no power at all. All wiring is connected properly and all fuses are good. It is a Dual xdvd8181

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2008

    cant get any power to the unit and all the wiring is all correct

  • brrice09 Nov 10, 2008

    I had the same problem and then i messed around wit5h the wires and i got it to work, but now it doesn't go off even when the car is off and it just drains my car battery.

  • swapnilb91 Feb 01, 2009

    I jump started the car and now my entire audio system is not working. My head unit never turns on and i have no music. I am trying to locate the fuse on the actual head unit but can't. Does anyone know where it is.

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The fuse is in the black box tied in to the main power wire,the yellow one. open it up and the fuse is inside. if this has been cut off and your other fuses are fine, the unit did not have proper protection and probably fried from a surge or short cicuit . the fuse on the unit should be a 10 amp mini and no higher.

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