Question about XTR - 220 Radar Detector
Check the fuse in the unit's power cord. It is in the plug section of the cord. Unscrewn the tip of the plug to gain access to the fuse. It will be a 2 Amp glass style fuse.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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