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I am installing this model, and a hot wire touched the case and the radio stopped working. Replaced the fuses and still nothing.it was working before this happend, what can I do to fix it?

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If the fuse blown is located outside the radio..... check the supply voltage, there is two supply voltage, the yellow wire is hot at all time and the red is through the acc. if these two wires have power, inspect some parts inside radio,

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