Question about Audiovox AVP-7000 Video Cassette Player - 12 Volt Car Video Player
1 - isolate the swithc completely
2 - remove the +ve terminal from battery
3 - conduct continuity check between +ve & -ve lines from on any lines possible.
A short is unlikely, as this would either blow a fuse, or cause you a fire.
It does sound like you have something that is draining power constantly, or you have something that has risen in resistance (water environment can cause verdigris and bridging to occur) this is not enough to power the given unit, but certainly enough to drain a battery.
HINT - Apply vaseline to any exposed copper or contact points.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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