Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It is not a fuse, if it were a fuse, the radio would most likely not turn on at all.
This problem you are having is something that would require a professional to repair.
Many times when any type of electonics have a failure, they are working fine just prior to the failure. A component could be on the brink of failure and when the unit gets turned on, that initial charge when powering up can trigger a failure.
If money is an issue, you may want to find a service center that repairs this type of radio instead of taking it to a dealer, unless it is under the warranty.
If it is not under warranty, a dealer may charge you more to fix it than it would cost to purchase a new aftermarket stereo. They are very expensive.
Let me know if I can be any more help to you.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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