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Draw down is to high

I have a jrc 1000 radar. It will not power up. it blows a 5 amp fuse but it uses 7.5 amps of power

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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2009

    I also have the same problem with a jrc 1000 radar.. i have power to the back of the unit .. but the unit will not power up.. can any one help??

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    After count down is complete, the Press Xmit screen appears. When you press the Xmit button the unit shuts down. Prior to shut down the array sounds like it's spinning. If you start the start up over it will count down and the screen will remain on until you press xmit button.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    JRC 1000 shuts off when xmit button is pressed after count down

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Found my fault not i the power cable in, but the interconnect to radar dome..approx 50mm from radar screen a break in the wire, found it just by wiggling the cable.. the set wont power up if the interconnect not connected or is faulty

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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