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Unit will not power up and when door is lowered or removed there is a red light blinking

So for a bit it worked fine, THEN it would not tune. NOW it will not even power up! I have not ripped it out yet, but thought I'd post here first. When the face is removed there is a red light in the middle of the back end which blinks.....I imagine that is to indicate it's got power, but then again that's just a wild guess. Anyway have any thoughts? Thanks, David West Palm Beach, FL

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The light behind the fascia tells you that it has a permanent 12v supply but not necessarily a switched 12v supply, so if you remove the radio and check if you get a 12v positive supply when you turn on your ignition, if not there is your problem

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