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Mp2035 cd player will not turn on.

I have the Kenwood mp2035 stereo in my boat and when I installed an amp I accidently cut all three power wires. I have connected all three wires the same as they were but the stereo will not turn on at all. What can I do to fix this problem?

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    i have the same problem but my eject button still works

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My hunch is that the fuses blew. When you cut all three at once you shorted the battery to ground and most likely blew out the fuses. Check the fuses and let me know. That is my best guess. Good luck
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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