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I went out to my truck and started it up and no deck would turn on and my amps were not working i checked the fuses in the truck and power wires and they all are fine could it be a fuse in the deck it self.had no problems with the deck since we bought the truck 4 years ago and hints or answers.that could be of some use to me. thank you

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