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I wired my wires to a car outlet plug. i plugged it, it powered up, then the wires sparked and it turned off. i know i didnt ground it. i should of read the instructions first but im an idiot. i now cant get it to turn on no matter what.... even after i grounded it. could i of blown a fuse? please help im clueless.

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Hi, chk fuse for outlet chk inline fuse for cb radios pwr cable . If you polarized the power cable wrong
there is most likely a protect diode inside the case that may be shorting out aswell

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