Question about Panasonic CQ-C8100U CD Player
As long as the battery is 12volts then it should be ok. Since you have verified that the yellow and red are wired to the positive terminal and the black is to ground, fuse blowing would indicate that there is an internal short in the unit. You need to open it up and follow the yellow wire where it leads to and check the surrounding components.
Does the fuse blow when just connected or when powering it up?
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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