Question about Uniden Oceanus DSC Wham ready Fixed Mount VHF 2-Way Radio
My VHF radio is installed "thru the wall" above the helm. I have an access to the wiring but i am not able to get to the back of the radio. I think i need to replace the fuse, since it does not power up. My am fm radio had the same problem and the fuse was the answer.
So, before I cut the radio out of it's location, i just want to make sure the fuse is "in line" near the back side of the unit.
Typically there is an inline fuse in the power cord. It is not built into the back of the unit. If access to the back is restricted, they should have cut out the fuse and installed it near the power buss that the power cord is attached to. How was it flush mounted if you don't have access to the back of the unit? It's not possible to attach the flush mount brackets without access. It's possible that the radio is held in place using sealant. If you are sure there's no way to pull the panel, try gently prying the radio out of the hole working around the edge to break the seal.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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