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Radio turning off then on again?

My radio turns off then turns on again and keeps doing it. Can it be getting to hot or do you think it can be the power wire?Any help will be great.

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Your radio is shorting out, it normally just does that if it is not a killer short

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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