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POWERING THIS STEREO IS ONLY A YAEAR OLD HARDLY ANY USE . I removed it from one RV to another. The LCD display comes up with the time only. I cannot get it to come on other than that. I am using the +12 Battery not the Ignition +12 & I cannot find anything on the (TRIGGER +12 V)

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  • mridin Jun 10, 2008

    I do not know what the Trigger Voltage is? and the book does not tell me.

    Thanks

  • mridin Jun 10, 2008

    THe fuse is good. there is as seperate black box that sais Filter/Fuse. No indication if it is good or not I would think the regular fuse would blow first.

  • mridin Jun 10, 2008

    THis is a RV with a built in Video Switch, that supplies the Poss & Neg from the battery.

  • mridin Jun 10, 2008

    AWM960 IN DASH RV STEREO

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Check the +fuse wire

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    this wire always have a fuse connected to it...

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What is the maker and model of this stereo?

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Where is the negative?

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