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Make sure you have power going to both the red and yellow wires. If power is going only to the yellow wire, it will eject cds, however both the red and yellow wires need to have voltage going to them in order for the radio to work.
If the stereo gets to hot even when it is off, the problem can be a bad conexion and you could solve it by crossing red and yellow cables. eject the radio, check your iso connector, you can tray to cut both cables and connect them again the red to the yellow and vice versa. Refer to your manual for further information on conexions. Check also that the stereo is keeping the values you give (radio station memorys, bass - treble adjustments, etc) If the conexions are wrong, the radio doesn´t keep these values when you take the ignition key off.
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,
It sounds like the stereo has got some faulty circuitry internally. You'll need to replace the unit to be able to listen to CDs in your hot tub. you may want to look into getting a marine radio as a replacement. I'm sure this will be more suited to this application and is probably the kind that should have come with the tub in the first place. I hope this helps and good luck!
More than likely you got some wires crossed. The Aux or Accessory(usually the red wire, stays hot all the time so the radio can save your presets) the yellow wire is usually the main power. I would go back through your wiring and make sure no wires are crossed. I'm going on my experiences with installing radios and other equipment. hope this is helpful, if not sorry.