Question about Car Audio & Video
Possible failure of the main power supply which is the SMPS unit. You need to open and check the fuse and use a multimeter to confirm the absence of output voltage to the main board.
if so check the link for some tips to repair SMPS.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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