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I have just installed a Kenwood MP3 player with USB reciever. As soon as I wired it up, I blew the Audio fuse and had to replace the 10amp fuse. However, the system is not powering up still. Am I missing antything here?

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Creo que cometiste un error por ahi en la conexion ya que por lo que dices parece que se volo el amplificador de audio del estereo por eso volo el fusible .

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